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Pump it up! 

Hook up to your hi-fi and video for 
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O neither CU Amiga Magazine spectac- 
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Productivity 



It's a hardware bonanza this month. Just 
about every type of hardware peripheral 
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new monthly CD-ROM review section and a 
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DataStore 

Fancy staring some data? You need 
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out Digits'* now database, 

• Piccolo SD64 

Nik Lines tests the first 64 -bit Amiga graphics 
curd - the fastest 24-bit Card yet seen, 

• X-IJr.k Modem 

Andy Leaning goes un-lin* with a rather nippy V34 28,800 
baud modern. 

• Blizzard A1 230-III 

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Went to add titles and captions to your videos with- 
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Speakers 94 

ThB CU Amiga team crank up the volume 
in an exhaustive test of desktop speakers. 

• CD-ROMs 100 

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Coverdisks 



CONTENTS 



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All Ami; 



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■ Alien Breed 3D 42 

Can Team 17 convert the most popular top-down shoot am 
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• Worms 44 

Could it be the next Lemmings? Find out more in the first 
preview of what could be the biggest game this. year. 

i Frontier 2 46 

Tony Dillon goes head to head with David Brabert to find out 
what really is happening in his new universe. 



REVIEWS 

• BloodlMet 

An IB-rated adventure from MicroPros*, 

• Lion King 

Is it better th a nAladdrn 7 

• Valhalla II 

Well actually it's more like Valhalla J /2. It's the Prequal 
you See, Vnlhalta Bator* The War. 

• Death Mask 

Doom or doomed? 

• Pinball Illusions 

They've finally released it and it's brilliant! 

• Kingpin 

10 pinbowling on a budget. 

• Skeleton Krew 

UVe love Skeleton Knew. So will you. 



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A decent puzzle for the CD32 

• Rink 

Platform fun from Psygnosis. 



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Chopper combat on a shiny disk, 

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• Sensi World Of Soccer Tips 

Rik Skews ruined his family'" Christmas to bring you these 
tips so you'd batter read them. 

• Vampyra 76 

More smart advice and smut 
from the most adventurous 
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PCSplte the fact that the Amiga market is in complete 

disarray, some products seem to be doing extremely w&ll. The 
fact that there is no official CD-ROM drive for the Amiga 

1200. and a fckiroly recognisable standard, hasn't stopped this 
business going from strength to strength in the last six 
months. And it's not just Amiga-based CD-ROMs that are sell- 
ing well, PC ones too. containing clipart and fonts are afso 
proving popular, while all main distributors Of Overdrive and 
Zappo drives are sold out at the time of going to press. This 
development is encouraging from the point of view that the 
more cross compatible we are. the longer the Amiga will 
survive in what is becoming a more competitive market place. The Amiga 
remains serious value for money See our CD-ROM round up on page 1 Qu- 
it's almost time to order the birthday cake and give your Amiga a little 
pat on the keyboard 1995 marks the birth of the Amiga- the Al 000 was 
launched in the summer of 1 985. We take a look back at the last ten 
years on page 30 and next month we'll be focusing on the future. 

The nearest thing to Doom may be on its way at last. Team 17 have 
had Aden Breed 3D under development for nearly a year and we have an 
exclusive preview of it on p3ge 42. Also featured in the games section, 
and well worth checking out, are Bfoodnet. Pinbsft (Hustons and 
C/ockwiser. for those obsessed with Sensi World (and I know there are a 
lot of you) we've got some serious tips on page 17 and if you really fancy 
yourself as a Sensi expert check out the superb competition we've 
arranged with Renegade and Sensible Software on page 78. You could 
find yourself winging your way to Europe, 




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News that the world's Amiga developers mav join force* to 
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PD Scene 105 

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Andy Leaning starts a new monthly tutorial on th* 
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Video Ideas 1 20 

Our Steven Spielberg gives, some valuable video tips. 

PC Conversions 122 

Find out which PC monitor* work on the Amiga! 

ProCalc 125 

The latest Pf&G*f£ tOverdisk tutorial. 

X-CAD 1 26 

Moat common questions about X-CAD answered. 

ComicSetter Tutorial 1 28 

Haw to make th* most from your cl rpart library. 

Questions and Answers 1 34 

Our Amiga experts answer your letters. 

Frequently Asked Questions 1 37 

Got a question about accelerator*? wa can help. 



Amiga Masterclass 

Mora expert guidance on the Amiga, 



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EDITOR: Alan "Worms' Dykes 

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the shapes and forms underneath made up? 
.. you can find out and have a go at it yourself.. Modeler 3D on this 
month's cover disk allows you to do just this. You can try your hand at 
building three dimensional shapes, and if you own LightWave or 
VideoScape you can render and animate them. 

In the old days, special effects experts would have a model crafted in 
clay, or plastic. This would then be painted, positioned, lights would be 
added, and then the whole thing would be filmed. 3C modelling is the 
equivalent of building the clay model. But how can an artist sitting at a 
computer build the equivalent of a clay mode? with height, depth and 
width? After all a computer screen has just two dimensions! 

Well in the case of Modeler 3D and just about every other modelling 
application, you are presented with three windows. These give you three 
2D views from which a 3D sfiape can be visualised. Each nl ews 

shows what you'd see if you looked at a 3D sliape from the top. side and 
the front, If you're having trouble understanding this don't worry, every- 
one does at first. Take a look at the picture below, it will help you under- 
stand what's going on. 

Put the decompressed disk into the internal 
drive and turn on the Amiga. Now double 
click on the disk icon and then on the icon 
labelled M3D. Aftef a few minutes the pro- 
gram will load anql you'll see the three win- 
dows mentioned. 

To give you a head start we've provided 
several sample files (3D objects) that you can 
load and experiment with. Let's load one. 
Click on the 'Open/Object' option from the 
'Project' menu and then select the File 
'FlB.geo' 

Heie i-nii can see haw the three Hen's ii Modeler 3D relate In- a ihrre-diriensifl**! Dbjecl 



Fighter plane 

The three views will now show 2D views ol an Fl 5 fighter plane. These 
Show the view from above, from (he end and from the side. You can see 
what the object would look like as a normal picture by clicking On 'New 
Window', 'Preview'. A window will appear with a two colour image show- 
ing the plane. Clicking around the plane picture moves the view point in 
that direction, changing the view of the plane accordingly. 

For the time being close the window. Let's have a closer look at our 
2D views. In each window you'll see a collection of lines and dots These 



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are called points and polygons. Points form the reference points which 
you can move {vertices of shapes) whilst polygons are flat surfaces of 
colour, and can't be edited. When the 3D object is drawn, only the poly- 
gon surfaces will be visible. Imagine that the points are hooks hanging in 
space, all they do is provide an outline. Polygons are an elastic band 
stretched around the hooks, and the area enclosed by the elastic band is 
filled with colour - giving your outline substance and form. Moving the 
points will change the shape of the polygon (the band stretches to the 
new shape) but you can't move the lines making up the polygon on their 
own. You can however delete the rubber band. If you want a closer look 
press the 7 and "■' keys. These will zoom in and zoom out of the picture. 
So, to recap r we have views of three sides of a shape fa fighter plane) 
and in each view you can see the points and polygons that make up the 
shape. Combine these together and an object with height, width and 
depth is created. 

Editing points 

But how do we edit the points and polygons? Down the left-hand side of 
le screen you'll see a row of icons. These provide basic object manipu- 
ation tools. The first icon, at the top, tells the program you wish to edit 
jst the points. The one below it allows the editing of polygons [deleting 
hem etc). The square below these is a volume mode that changes the 
lumber of points and polygons in an area defined by dragging out a 
square. Next is cut, then delete. The small black circle under these is an 
idd point" tool, followed by the curve tool to create a polygon line 
between two points. After this is an icon to create a multi-sided polygon 
between many points. The last three tools allow you to move one or 
lore points, whilst the cross hair allows you to scroll around the views. 
The final one will undo the last operation you performed . 

To select points, click on the right-hand side of the volume tool, drag a 
jox around the points or point and then select Points from the 
idit/Select menu. Now click on the move tool and click where you want 

points to be moved to. Try selecting some points on the aircraft 
wngs and moving them. You can see the results by using the preview 
iption covered previously. 

Spheres! 

As an alternative to editing previously-created 
shapes you can also make your own, Select 
Mew from the Project menu. Now click on 
Sphere under the Generate menu and click on 
OK. A globe should now appear in all three 
windows. Highlight some of the points (the 
middle row on the right hand side in top win- 
dow) and then move them to the right. Now 
click on the Polygon selector (the second icon 
down} and click in the centre of the globe in 
the top left hand window and press delete. This will remove the top poly- 
gons of the globe. Using a preview you should now see something like 
that in figure 1 . 

Using the other tools under the Generate menu you can create boxes, 
cones, tubes and other shapes. These can be moved so they join with 
existing shapes and edited to create new more complex shapes. This is 
essentially the world of 3D modelling. 

Ne« month we'll have a look at how to build up and edit more com- 
plex models. Until then try experimenting with the other options in the 
program. Although it may seem strange at first, after a little while you'll 
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only Samples and Quit are enabled. Open Boohs and Create 
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himself, out to murder the king. We've got the most part of a 
level for you to try out, and all you need to do is pop the disk 
in your drive and reboot to play the game. 

For those who've seen the first Valhalla this is more of the 
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the top of the screen. 

On the left-hand side of the screen is a potion power bar 
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reaches the bottom he dies. 

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brings you into the icon bar at the bottom of the screen. 
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upwards will access the rucksack and clicking on an object 
there will bring up a 'use' menu. See the box on the right for 
a full description of the icons. 

And that's about it. Pick up everything you see, most 
objects have their uses, and watch out for holes in the tiled 
floor of the castle. Examining these may reveal hidden objects. 
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Click on the fire button to access this menu. 

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Open hand icon - Pick up an object in the square in front of you 

Spanner icon - Operate anything directly in front of you. 

Joystick icon -Clicking here will exit the menu. 

Disk icon This disk contains load and save, which don't work in 
this demo, and restart icons. 

Mouth icon - This limits Infinity's speech to the bare necessities. 




The Rucksack 

Press fire, then up to access this menu, Clicking on an object will 
bring up the following menu. 

Eye icon - This makes Infinity examine the object selected. 

Open hand - This drops the item selected. 

Pointy finger - This makes infinity try to insert the object into the 
square in front of him. 

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BACK IT UPI 

Before doing anything with disk 102 we 
Strongly TQCQfnmend you makes back- 
up -copy. This way, even if you acciden- 
tally eiasc the original, you've still got a 
back-up. Before starting this make sura 
you have a blank disk handy. 

Making a copy couldn't be simpler. 
You can either use Directory Opus (given 
away with our February issue) or use 
the Shell, 

■ For Directory Opus users select the 
Diakcopy option From us Function 
menu. Click on the Diskcopy button 
You'll be prompted to insert the scutes 
disk - the cover disk and then the desti- 
nation disk ■ a blank disk. It will copv the 
cover disk for you. 

■ For users who missed last month's 
excellent covefdisk tyou can stilt get it 



from OUf back issues department ttel: 
0658 463888) you'll ^a« to use the 
Shell. Boot with your Workbench d«sk 
and double click on the Shell icon - this 
will probably be in the System drawer 
Now at the prompt type in the follow- 
ing line - exactly as shown: 

DISKCOPY FROM DFO i TO DFO; 

and press return. 

When asued for (he source disk, insert 
the coverdisk 102 and press raturn. 
After a few minutes you'll be asked to 
Insert the destination disk. Insert your 
blank disk. You may be asked to insert 
the source disk and then the destina- 
tion disk a few times on some Amigas 
Once finished type- 
endcli 

and press return. The window will 
now close. 






IF YOUR DISK WON'T LOAD 

I We go to great trouble to ensure that the CU Amiga Magazine coverd.sks will work 
J on common Amiga models. However if you do experience problems follow this 

■ simple guide. 

1: Remove all unnecessary upgrades and peripherals, such as printers and modems. 

■ Some trapdoor expansions can also causa problems. 
' 2; Follow the instructions on this and previous pages exactly. 



3: If you still experience 



problems loading the disk call the DiskXpress helpline on 0451 



1 81 783 between the hours of 1 0am and 5pm Monday to Friday. 
I if they advise that the disk is faulty, fill in your details in the form below, and send this 
I form along with the faulty cover disk and a 2Sp stamped self addressed envelope to; 
| CU AMIGA Magazine Disk Returns. DiskXprtBS. Urtt 7. Willow Court, Bourton Industrial 
| Park, eouurton-on-theWater, Gloucestershire GL54 2HQ 

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TYPE OF AMIGA OWNED; 



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1 DESCRIBE EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU TRY TO LOAD THE DISK: 



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WRITE PROTECT YOUR 
COVERDISK! 

ompress.on is a wonderful thing. It allows you to cram 

into small places, in the esse of the cover-disk 
: ,ns that yvp can fit Easy Ledgers 2, Modeler 3D and 
r ComicS< -■!!>.:! cliparl all onto one disk. 
The one side eff< ' *»nfl them is that you II need 

to uncompress the programs and files before you can use them. But 
don't worry i k '-. very simple 

First make a back-up copy of your coverdisk (see the para I ^belled 
( KIT UP) Next make sure you have thn indyoui 

Workbench Pool disk nearby- Now follow these simply instructions. 

1 insert cover disk 102 into the internal floppy drive oi youi Amiga and 

art it, or turn it on. After a short whiie the Workbench screen 

will appear. ., , =. 

2 M i mouse pointer over the CU 102 disk icon and press th.i l«ft 

mouse buttc in rapid succession (catted double die 

A window will now appear with three icons m it, one for Easy 

t ,.-.,.■,,.. ..... 2, one for Modeh h 3D and one for QgmjcSetter clipart, Cho» i 

ie you want to and double click on ft 

4- After a few brief minutes the Amiga will ask you to insert a dtsk in 

DFO" Now replace the cover disk with your first blank disk. Please note 

thai this disk must be write enabted [the small tab in the corner will be 

ctosedi. Now press the return key. 

edrei ace the coverdisk 

: Repeat the process for the other icons in the disk window. 

Remember to use different disks foi the different program- 

USING EASY LEDGERS 2 

rf ... „.,,,, „}n ,„,,„„,,; .., disk containing a demo of this 
£200 pi b use rtre rtart the Amiga with your Workbench disk in 

drive" Once it's up and running insert the Easy i disk you 

»deand follow, double; dick on the disk icon that ap| is. Nowdou- 

click on the program icon and turn to page 1 1 for our guide to using 
H Please note that the Easy Ledgers demo will only work on Amiga s 
,,11,7:. t 2.4 or above. A hard drivi -m mended. 

RUNNING MODELER 3D 

Followtheabt .■ ictions for uncompras^o, thedisk. Boot wrth 

,',', ,.,, ir „, : ' ,m disk. Wow double click on the disk icon and then on 
the M3Dicon. Now run the program rum 10 page 10 for guide to using 
:ir d understanding the wo I ID modelling 

COMICSETTER CLIPART 

Having followed tin oove you should have a disk contaminrj 

new clipart foi ComtcSettet (given aw*y with the January m issue) !■ 1 
use this clipart load ComtcSeUer and follow the manual (also given 
away with the January issue) for loading instruction'-. 

HOW TO PLAY VALHALLA II 
COVERDISK 1 03 

To play this game demo for Valhalla 11. Before the War, simply put 
coverdisk 103 into the internal drive of your Amiga and turn it on. fhe 
game will load and play automatically. Refer <o page 12 for 
playing instructions 





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r are planning to develop a 
I new version of Workbench in 
' the absence of any further 
official Workbench updates, 
according to reports on the Internet. 
Exactly who would be involved and what 
the new Workbench would offer was 
undecided at the time of going to press. 

Messages posted on Internet have 
asked for suggestions as to what fea- 
tures should be in the new version, 
Amongst the many proposals is that the 
PD utility Magic Workbench should be 
included as part of the release. 

What is clear, however, is that even if 
no company is officially granted the 
rights to the Amiga, the worldwide 
Amiga development community will 



strive to ensure that the machine has a 
future, by continuing development. 

CU Amiga Magazine will monitor this 
'unofficial Workbench' and report any fur- 
ther developments as they happen. ■ 

lOOMb Floppy Disks 

Floppy disks with storage capacities of 
100Mb are on the way. Fuji Film has 
developed a new 3.5" high density flop- 
py disk. In addition to ultra high capaci- 
ty it's also claimed that the new disks 
will be able to support data transfer 
rates some 30 times faster than exist- 
ing floppy systems. But don't discard 
your old drives yet - the drives for 
these disks are still in development Fuji 
Film are on 01 71 586 5900. ■ 



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GIF Tax 



Olf you thought the 
council tax was unfair, 
you r re in for a nasty 
shock, Electronic ser- 
vice provider 
CompuServe is to levy a GIF tax, 
The company introduced the GIF 
format in the late 1980s as a stan- 
dard for image files, similar in con- 



cept to the Amiga's IFF system. 
Since then, anyone had been free 
to use the format for commercial 
or non-commercial projects. 

Mow. however, CompuServe 
has decided to charge commercial 
users and developers of software 
supporting the GIF format 1,5% of 
the cost of their software. This will 



almost certainly result in higher 
software pricing, 

CompuServe is trying to get 
software developers to agree a 
contract subject to these terms. 
The contract is specifically worded 
so that only developers working on 
programs enabling access to the 
CompuServe network can use the 
GIF format. 

In real terms this means that 
graphics software will have to be 
recoded to remove the ability to 
load and edit GIF format files, and 
users caught using software that 



does so will be liable for prosecu- 
tion! Whilst CompuServe have 
already issued the contracts and 
stated that anyone breaking the 
agreement after 10th January 
1995 will face a lawsuits, develop- 
ers have other ideas. The GIF for- 
mat is just one of many image for- 
mats supported by all major 
graphics packages for the Amiga, 
Apple MAC and PC, so the loss of 
GIF support will be insignificant. 
In almost all cases, the choice of 
IFF/ILBM, EPS or JPEG formats 
is sufficient. ■ 



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23,800 baud modem 
has been upgraded to 
support the V34 proto- 
col. V34 is the official 
standard for 28,800 baud 
modems. Until now the Speedcom 
modem has only been compatible 
with the popular, but unofficial, 
V.Fasi standard. 

The modem also supports group 
III and class 1 and 2 fas compatibili- 
ty allowing it to send and receive 
'axes when using appropriate soft- 
■ware (eg. GP Fax or Trapfax), 

Available from Siren Software, 
the modem has a price of £199.99. 
which includes all the necessary 
cables, power supply, software and 
a 'getting started guide'. Siren 
Software are on 0161 796 5279. ■ 





Panasonic 



New Printer 

Oanasonic have released a new colour 
24-pin printer. It can print in resolu- 
tions up to 360x360, with speeds 
quoted of up to 250 characters per 
second in draft mode and 83 cps in 
quality mode. Emulation of the popular 
an LQ-860 means that it should work well 
■ most Amiga software (Epson drivers are 
supplied with the Amiga) although no dedicated 
Amiga printer driver is supplied. 

The RRP of the KX-P 21 35 is £1 89, although 
masonic say that this should fall to around 
50 when sold by dealers and mail order com- 
panies. Call Panasonic on 0500 404O41 . ■ 




Grandslam have released two new sports 
games. ITS Cricket offers a Five Day Test 
Match with nine countries available - now's 
your chance for revenge against Australia (or 
a chance for our Aussie readers to rub the 
salt in)! Among the game's more notable 
features are digitised player graphics, indi- 
vidual player profiles and playing statistics, 
digitised sound and music and "realistic" 
match commentaries. However, cucumber 
sandwiches and tea don't seem to have 
been included, 

Compatible with all Amigas, the game 
also supports hard drive installation. There 
are options for saving the game, and some 
form of future expansion disks are planned. 

Nick Faldo's Golf Deluxe Edition for the 
CD32 is Grandslam's second new release. 
This apparently improves upon Nick Faldo's 
Championship Golf. Mew features include 
detailed 256 colour graphics, training ses- 
sions based on Nick Faldo's videos and two 
full courses to play, 

Both games should be ready for review 
next month but in the meantime Grandslam 
are available for more information on 
08 1-680 7044. ■ 






Amiga Hotline 

Commodore UK have set up a hotline to let 
eager Amiga owners know the stale of the 
buyout. On dialling the number (0628 
779655) a regularly updated prerecorded 
message is played. The answerphone mes- 
sage states that it is the official newsline for 
Amiga UK. No mention is made of 
Commodore or Amiga International, which 
everybody was expecting the new Amiga 
company to be catted. 

When CU Amiga Magazine called the 
number in early February it stated that "The 
UK management team expect a purchase 
contract for the worldwide assets to be 
signed with the liquidator very soon." It went 
on to say that the bidding process would 
then be started, which will take a month, 

If all goes according to the UK manage- 
ment's plans, CU Amiga Magazine would 
expect Amigas to start appearing shortly 
after Easter J 95. ■ 

New Amiga Show 

Amiga product suppliers Gasteiner are 
organising another Spotlight Amiga Show, It 
will be a showcase event for serious Amiga 
products, with distributors, developers and 
manufacturers from across Europe turning 
out to demonstrate and sell their hardware, 
software and peripherals, It will run over the 
1 0th and 1 1th June 1995 at the Novotel 
Hotel in Hammersmith, London. 

The last Spotlight show was reported to 
attract over 4,000 visitors. Tickets will cost 
£5.00, advanced bookings can be made on 
01 31 -345 6000. ■ 

NHL still a 
possibility 

Despite reports in the trade press that 
Ocean are pulling out of the Amiga full price 
market after TFXls released. Marketing 
Manager Neil Critchlow, has not discounted 
releasing NHL Ice Hockey, an Electronic Arts 
licence which Ocean still hold an option on. 
'No final decision has been made yet ... 
much will depend on the overall perfor- 
mance of titles like Jungle Strike and PGA 
[European Tour). We will, however, continue 
to support the Amiga with hit Squad prod- 
ucts," NHL was snapped up in the same 
deal as PGA European Tour and Jungle 
Strike last Autumn. ■ 

Not so Simple Simon 

Simon the Sorcerer 2. originally scheduled 
for release this Spring looks as though it 
may be put back until the Summer, The 
game is now being developed across sevcr : 
al formats, and rs being designed from the 
outset to have full sampled speech, unlike 
the first instalment, Text only versions will be 
released later. This means that we may see 
the CD32 version first More news soon, ■ 



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Your Amiga is a very powerful machine. Powerful enough 
to be the centre of a vast, pulsating network of audio 



visual equipment. Round up all the 



gear you 



can find, and the odds are you'll be able to hook it up to 



your Amiga (washing machine excluded). Here's Andy 
Leaning's guide on how to become a control freak. 



AMIGA 



LEAD FEATURE 



Most Amiga users have their Amiga linked up 
to a TV or monitor, and sometimes a stereo. 
This will give impressive pictures arid reason- 
able sound. But with the right connections, 
using a normal household TV; stereo, and a 
few cables vou can vastly improve the quality 
of your sound and vision. Add a few low cost 
peripherals and a video to the setup and you 
suddenly have a great source for sound sam- 
pling, gen locking, frame grabbing and much, 
much more. 

Add in some other black boxes (a cam- 
corder perhaps, a satellite system, an S-VHS 
video recorder or if you're lucky, a DAT 
recorder) and you're plunged into the world of 
professional audio visual production without 
too much effort. You don't necessarily need 
state-of-the-art equipment either, You can get 
away with the most modest of setups if you 
know how. 

Over the next four pages we show you how 
using two possible household systems you 
can transform your Amiga. The first one is CU 
Amiga Magazine's test system for when we 
review sound samplers, genlocks and other 
audio-visual equipment. This features a 
Toshiba wide- screen TV. Sony MHC-79G0 Dot by 
surround stereo, an S-VHS video recorder, a 
camcorder, a DAT (Digital Audio Tape) recorder, 
a Nokia satellite system and a Fostex X26 
which is a very handy audio mixer, combined 
with a multitrack tape recorder. We've also 
thrown in a satellite system as these are fairly 
common. Our back room can get a little noisy 
in the evenings. The second is a more typical 
home system, featuring a small TV, video and 
hi-fi . Read on for our step-by-step guide to 
pumping up your Amiga. 



What else but 
an Amiga? 

One of the Amiga's key advantages 
over other home computers is that 
it's ideal for interfacing with other 
electronic equipment. And you don't 
need to spend a fortune to do so. 
Take the standard Amiga 1200 seen 
here for instance and compare it to a 
PC system. 

Start with the TV. Most house- 
holds have a TV, and sure enough 
you can connect the Amiga to a nor- 
mal TV using a standard RF lead, 
more commonly known as an aerial 
cable. What about a PC? Well you'll 
need a dedicated monitor. You could 
buy a modulator card but it will 
cost you. 

Next up the stereo. PCs don't have 
great sonics, so you'll need to buy a 
sound card. To interface a PC to a 
video you'd need soma rather costly 
video cards and then a genlock, 
unlike the Amiga which has great 
video sync circuitry built in! With the 
Amiga £35 is enough to get you on 
the road to 8-bit sound sampling, 
which contrary to popular belief, can 
be good enough for professional 
work. 




TV: 

Most people link the TV to the Amiga using an RF cable. However .many TVs also 
have scart input. This is a 'D* shaped connector on the back Df the TV. II your TV 
has a scar! connector (also known as a Euro-connector! 1 . this can give you a drastic 
improvement in picture quality, Get a lead to go from your Amiga's RGB port to the 
scart connector for the best results. Vou may have to go to your local Amiga deal- 
er, as tliis is a rather specialist cable. Otherwise, you can connect wiih a compos- 
ite video to scart lead, taking the video signal from your Amiga's composite video 
output socket (A1200S only) 

If you wanted 10 you could also invest in a chrornakey unit for more sophisticat- 
ed video effects 4 like the weatherman standing in front of his computer-generated 
mapj. Achiomakey replaces all occurrences of a chosen colour in the video source 
■with the output of the Amiga or any other video source. 



Video: 



Earn yourself a fortune! Get a cam- 
corder, and a video recorder. Plug the 
camcorder into a genlock, (he gen- 
lock to The Amiga, add captions and 
offer yourself as a wedding video 
producer. You can then produce sev- 
eral copies of the video and sell 
(hem for E1 a time to different 
members ot the happy couple's fam- 
ily Think of the number of guests at 
a wedding, most of who will proba- 
bly want a copy - you'll be laughing 
all the way to the Dank! Alternatively, 
if you've got a large wodge of spare 
cash lying around, invest In a DPS 
Par Card. This is a board that works 
>ike a digital video recorder, inside 
your Amiga 



DAT recorder: 

Recording to analogue tape is OK, 
but it won't give you the best quality 
recording. This is where a OAT 
recorder comes in. Connecting one 
of these to either your Amiga phono 
Outputs or the mixing deck will pro- 
vide perfect CD quality recordings, 
which can be used as master tapes 
for duplicating CDs. tapes and vinyl. 
The DAT recorder pictured here is the 
newTascam DA30 Mk2, which gives 
extremely high quality recordings. It's 
available from Teac UK itel: 0923 
8196301 priced at El ,299, We'll have 
a full review of il soon. Prices for 
portable DAT recorders start at 
around £450 



Satellite receiver: 

Similar to a video recorder, a satellite receiver will give you access to 
a massive selection of images antf films from which you can capture 
still tramea or animated sequences. 

Warning: digitising any sound or pictures is technically an 
infringement of copyright las ia recording a program from the TV 
onto video to watch at a later date). This is not a problem unless you 
intend to distribute the recorded data. If (or example, you were to 
grab a sound ot 3 p dure, and use il ir a production of your own, you 
would first have <o gain permission from the copyright holder of the 
original sound or image. Otherwise you could be Subject for prosecu- 
tion for copyright infringement. 




Mixing deck: 

If you're serious about music, you could do with getting a mixer. The one pic- 
tured here 15 & Fostex X26 Fbrtastudio This allows you to record up to six 
sound sources at once, with pan for each and overall treble and bass control. 
The built-in tape deck allows for four separate 'overdubs' to be made, which 
is particularly handy if you play any live instruments. Obviously you can't play 
a lead guitar and bass guitar at once, so this lets you record one part, and 
then go back and add further tracks. This also has the advantage that in 
effect you can multiply your Amiga's four sound channels to 16! Portastudios 
such as this start from around £250. 




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Camcorder: 

You can overlay Amiga text and graphics onto any video picture, 
and than record the combination to a normal video recorder. A 
typical use wouid be adding captions 10 a wadding video. In our 
test we linked the camcorder to the Rendale34Q2 S-VHS gen- 
lock, 1han recorded the output to the video, The camcorder 
input goes into the genlock. as does the Amiga input [from the 
vdeo port). An output then goes to I ha video, and from the 
video onto the TV Using a program like Scale, or perhaps 
DPaint. you can then create titles and pictures wMch appear 
over the top of the images earning, from the camcorder. 




Adding i camcorder id your s«iup h*a plenty ol advantages Wnelrter you want to 
thoot home video* arid ovtriay Am.ga-flenerated {tile*, If you fancy making enter- 
tain mant films, or want lo produce your own munc vldeot, f camcorder Is the wty 
to go, TWt will alio give you the opportunity to grab moving or (till Itnegtt into your 
Amiga- which you can tlwn manipulate however you like with the comptrter, ualng 
toftwart inch bi VldtoTrtcltir, Dttuxa PtMt and /mage FX. If you uw a 30 under- 
ing package, auch a* imaging. Rial 3D or UghtWtvt. you could even digitise your 
own texture mept lor uia in your 30 animal Ion*. For *x»rnole. dlgltiw your face, 
and you could wrap n onto the h#*d of a humanoid model in your 30 program for a 
pholo-FMiittlc 30 animated computer don* of yourselfl We recommend ProGrab 
24RT n $ good cot wfltctive video grabber, ProGrab 24RT ■■ available from Gordon 
Harwooda lor G12999<tel: 0773 621606), 




A homa hi-fi is a good source for sound 
samples. You can sample from any 
sou rid source, as long as you have (he 
right connector cables. Ywr best bet is 
to get hold of an 9-bit sampler cartridge 
such as Magaiosound, which is available 
from HiSoft (tel: 0525 713^&1? priced at 
£34 95. This will give you access to any 
sound you like, which can be sampled 
into ttie Amiga, and used in a wide vari- 
ety of music, animation and program- 
ming packages, such as OctaMED. 
Profrsckec MovieSetter and AMOS. 
These sounds could be used for music 
alone, or combined with footage shoi 
with that CBrncorder. 

Aura is a 12-bit sampler wh>ch gives 
better sound quality, but is Ortly compati- 
ble with its own editor software and 
OctaMED 5.04 and above. Aura is also 
available from HiSoft, priced at £99.95. 



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S-VHS video 
recorder: 

i source of high quality video footage. An S-VHS 
video recorder gives dramatically better quality output 

i normal VHS video, partly due to an increased 
number of lines that make up the picture. Most S-VHS 
fecordars will also freeze frame with greater stability 

a standard VHS video L nk it io your Amiga 
jgh h frame grabber. The results can then be 

:3sed in any standard Amiga paint package Or 
saved as an animation in a similar manner to that done 

a camcorder. 



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has a Scart inltrliCE HI the 
back. Using in Amijji-U- 
Jrarl lead wilti such TVt tic 
will dramatically imiravt (ht 
picture quality. 



To gei, the best out of your Amiga's sound capabilities, connect the audio Out- 
puts of the Amiga to any spare phono inputs on the stereo. K you don't have a 
spare 901 of inpuis use the CD/AUX inputs, Select CD/AUXon your stereo or 
amplifier, and the Amiga's sound will be channelled through your hi-fi system. 
Once you've done this, you can also record trie sounds (assuming your hi-fi has 
a tape desk}. Just follow the normal procedure for recording CDs.. Alternatively 
you can link the phono outputs of the Amiga directly to a tape deck or mixer. 




AMIGA 



LEAD FEATURE 



Having just about every type of hi-fi gadget 
and the best video equipment may be a pos- 
sibility for winning lottery ticket holders, but 
what about us normal people? We've got a 
humble little stereo, a cheap 1 4" TV and a 
video. Surely, there can't be much we can 
do? You'd be surprised... 



You can use a VHS video for grab- 
bing either single frames or 
sequences of film, which can then 
he used in an Amiga animation. The 
quality won't be as good as that pos- 
sible with an S-VHS video and gen- 
lock but it will still be very passable. 
Many videos also have phono out 
puts for the sound. Using these you 
could connect the video to a sound 
sampler and have sound clips from 
any film you want - Terminator, Alien 
Star Trek here we come! 




Hi-fi: 



Link your Amiga to a spare set of inputs on the hi-fi or 
use the CD inputs. It won't do much for a word proces- 
sor or spreadsheet, but you* games will take on .; 
whole new dimension. 

If you don't have a tii-fi you can still get stereo 
sound. There are large number of desktop Size 'multi- 
media' speakers thai, you can add le your setup. As it 
happens we jusi happen to have a round-up of such 
speakers on page 94. 



^*] Tip: 

■M| many new 

£r ft»^^k stereos have 
sound 
r rk processors 

^^^J built in, to 

simulate the 
effects of hearing music in 
large halls, clubs and so on. 
Try playing your Amiga games 
with different sound proces- 
sor settings. 




Cables 

If you've got more money than you know w 
to do with (send it to us'.) you might want t 
consider investing in leads and cables with 
connectors. These wilt improve the quality i 
your audio and video recordings and display 
They work on the principal that gold has a I 
resistance, ie the electrical signals can easi 
pass through them. You'll have to be prepai 
to pay a lot for them - they ere after all mai 
from high quality material. 

Another option to consider is shielded cs 
Many phono cables, particularly those bund 
with stereos, are not shielded. This means 1 
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Here are two example set-ups: one for music 
production, and the other for video produc- 
tion, to give an idea of how everything con- 
nects up. You could go on adding extras to 
both systems for almost as long as your bank 
balance held out. 

Music production 

Our example music setup is fairly basic, but would still be very powerful. At the 
centre of it alt is the Amiga of course. This controls the MIDI keyboard and the 
MIDI module. These are connected to the Amiga through a MIDI interface. With a 
sequencer program running on the Amiga (Music X or OctaMED for instance), you 
could record separate passages of music from the MIDI keyboard into the com- 
puter, which could then be combined into one piece. You could also use the 
Amiga's internal sampling features for more sounds, and an optional extra MIDI 
module or drum machine. 

All of the sound 
sources are then fed 
into the mixer. 
Volume levels and 
other details can be 
adjusted from the 
mixer, which channels 
all of the sounds 
through a single 
stereo output. This 
stereo signal passes 
through the amplifier, 
and on to your loud 
100 watt speakers. 
The most important 
thing we've left out 
here is an analogue 
tape or DAT recorder. 
This would be con- 
nected to the mixer in 
the same way as 
the amplifier. 

Video production 

Again we have a simple example for the video system. The Amiga supplies all of 
, our graphics, animations and titles. This could include digitised sequences, 
grabbed with the video digitiser. The genlock combines the output from you 

Amiga with the pic- 
tures coming from 
VCR 1 (VCR t 
could possibly be a 
camcorder or a home 
video recorder). 

The combined pic- 
tures from the gen- 
lock and VCR 1 pass 
through VCR 2, 
which records them 
to VHS video tape. 
The picture and 
sounds are then out- 
put to the monitor or 
TV, and the speakers. 
50 watt speakers 
are sufficient for 
most video 
production work. 





What's that 
plug for? 

Here's a list of the kind of inputs and 
outputs you can expect to find on 
most TVs. hi-fis and videos. Although 
you may not want to get everything 
connected at the moment, it's worth 
thinking ahead, and getting gear with 
a good range of relevant ins and outs 
is most advisable. 

Video Equipment 

Scan connectors are the most impor- 
tant things to look out for when buy- 
ing video equipment. Linking up sys- 
tems {and not necessarily just the 
Amiga) via Scart will improve picture 
quality dramatically. If buying a TV 
find one with as many Scart inputs as 
you can find. After all you'll want 
Scart input for the video, the Amiga 
and a satellite receiver if you decide 
to connect them all. 

Amplifiers and 
stereos 

If you're buying a stereo or maybe 
upgrading just the amplifier, try to get 
one with as many di He rent phono 
inputs as possible. If you've got a 
good sound system, you may as well 
take full advantage of it by linking up 
your video, computer, games console 
and who knows what else will turn up 
in future. Buying a stereo with just a 
few inputs may save you money now, 
but in the long run you'll almost cer- 
tainly regret it! 




M Ik if your TV doesn't have a 

fi | Scart input you can still 

^■j improve picture quality by 
^^^ using the Scart input of the 
video (which will almost certainly have one) 
and then link the video to the TV in the nor- 
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1 995 marks the 1 0th birthday of the 
Amiga. Throughout the year CU Amiga 
Magazine will be running articles celebrat- 
ing the Amiga. This month we kick off the 
year with a look at the last 10 years of the 
Amiga and the start of a two-part competi- 
tion to win one of six new A1 200s. 



19S2 



The year was 1 982, and the Atari VCS was the 
game console of choice. The stubby joysticks, 
the version of Space Invaders with 33 variations 
we lived in excitingly technological times as we 
waited for our l6kZXSpectrums. 

Meanwhile, in America three dentists had $7 
million burning a whole in their white pockets, 
and wanted to invest in the crazy video games 
business thai they heard was making bo much 
money for companies like Atari. They formed a 
company called Hi-Toro, which later changed to 
Amiga, and took on Jay Miner and Dave Morse. 
Jay was the brains behind the custom chips in 
both the Atari console and home computer; he 
knew that a fancy processor wasn't enough. RJ 
Mical, an ex-employee of Williams (the arcade 
games people behind Defender), joined the 
team to handle software, 

The plan was to create the ultimate games 
console, code-named Lorraine. The design speci- 
fications were simple; Lorraine was to include 
graphics and sound effects which were state-of- 
the-art. In Silicon Valley, while Amiga built joy- 
sticks as a cover, the designers got busy. 

However, something wonderful happened and 
somewhere along the line, this killer games con- 
sole started to sprout some odd additions ; A disk 
drive on a games machine? A keyboard connec- 
tor? Parallel and serial ports? A modem? There 
was even a hardware PC emulator and digital 
telephone answering machine in the pipeline, 



1983 



Although the custom chips hadn't been finished, 
and only existed as a pile of stock chips and 
wiring, the heart of the machine was ready to 
be shown at the CES Show in January 
T984. Although hidden behind a partition, visi- 
tors passing up nearby escalators saw glimpses 
of an amazing machine: the Boing! demo was 
unlike anything anyone had ever seen before. 
Unfortunately this all happened at the tail 
end of the First Home Video Game Boom, Even 
Atari had made a few expensive mishaps and 
had been bought by an ex-Commodore employ- 
ee Jack Tramiel, Amiga too was in trouble, and 
needed external investment, The decision to 
add computer interfaces to the original Lorraine 

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A. The MOD ittradei man\ Ian* (hanks tB- it! enpacl size. 

now looked like a masterstroke- the First Home 
Computer Boom was only just beginning. 

Atari's Jack Tramiet wanted a home comput- 
er, and could see what the Amiga team were 
capable of. He lent Amiga half a million dollars 
while they negotiated share prices. However, 
Tramiel knew Amiga was in trouble and didn't 
want to play fair: Amiga wanted $2 a share. 
Atari offered half that. Amiga wanted $1 .50, 
Atari offered half again. 

With only a matter of days before they would 
have to accept the Atari offer, the Amiga team 
were in despair - until out of the blue came a 
call from C o m mod o re Eu sine s s V 1 a c hi nes . 
Commodore bought the shares at $4,25, and 
invested over £25 million in Amiga. 



1985 



Commodore-Amiga made some changes to the 
Lorraine (the modem vanished, memory was 
doubled to 2&5K and double sided disk drives 
included as standard), and in June 1935 the 
Amiga 1000 was launched at the Lincoln Center 
in New York, with the aid of Debbie Harry and 
Andy Warhole. 

The Amiga 1000 was an amazing machine 
Gone was the pretence of a games machine, 
this was a Workstation. With a modern PC-style 
case which could house the external keyboard 
underneath and that rainbow coloured tick 
badge. U looked special. There was a two but- 
ton mouse, a 14MHz Motorola 6S0O0 processor, 
256K memory expandable to a whopping 51 2K 



and a graphics display which could not only be 
genlocked but also offered a dazzling 4096 
colours on-screen at once. And as for the oper- 
ating system; no-one had seen a graphical ori- 
entated multitasking interface like it and still 
today there isn't anything like it. Heck, the 
Amiga even came with digital sound and 
speech synthesis. So, by September this 
$1 000 t machine was shipping to wide acclaim. 



1986 



The Amiga 1 000 was cool, but it was also 
expensive. Work started on the successor, the 
A2000. Two teams, one in America and one in 
Germany had designs, but the German A2000 
version was the one that succeeded. 

The Vic 20 and Commodore 64 were popular 
in the UK, although there were hundreds of 
other contenders for the title 'best home com- 
puter' including Amstrad CPC, Memotech MSX, 
Sord M5, Dragon, Lynx, Enterprise, Jupiter Ace 
even the Spectrum was still going strong. 

1 987/88/89 

The A2000 and: A500 were launched, The 
A20QO came in a huge box. with many internal 
expansion slots: aware of the growing domi- 
nance or the IBM-PC clone, it was even possi- 
ble to fit a special 'bridgeboard' and use PC 
style expansion cards. 

The A500 was launched in the UK on the 
12th June, and did away with the expansion 
slots (besides a 'trapdoor' memory and an 
expansion port on the sidel to form a complete, 
single box unit. It sold for £587. and against its 
deadly rival the Atari ST it looked over-priced. 
but extremely well tooled-up. 

All through 1967. and for a few years after, 
the Amiga / ST wars raged. The ST's processor 
was slightly faster, but the Amiga had the cus- 
tom chips which gave it the edge. Initially Amiga 
games software were simply Atari ports, which 
gave the false impression that both machines 
were identical; but the ST was cheaper. 

Eventually, as more games were specially 
written, and the first of the unique graphics and 
sound utilities came along, it was recognised 
that the Amiga was the better machine, Sales 
shifted in the Amiga's favour, and the Atari 
despite various updates to the ST- lost the war. 

The first Amiga virus programs started to 



Great Failures 

Commodore have had more than their fair share of disasters. The CBM64 was 
such a hit, they seamed to be under the impression they could sell anything. The 
Plus4 and CI 28 proved otherwise. 

The Amiga A500 was a terrific hit, and sold more than any other home comput- 
er. However, the huge delay in upgrading it (rumour has it CBM lost the plans to 
the custom chip* and had to re-engineer them from scratch) and the eccentric 
CDTV didn't do them any favours. The CDTV waft launched as a multimedia 
machine, and use of the words "Amiga" or "home computer" were banded. Tfos 
high price and bizarre marketing policies didn't help, but as sales of the CD! 
prove, no -one really wants a hi-fi style box that is mora than hi-fi. 

Meanwhile, in an attempt to help the Amiga fight against IBM-PC clone domi- 
nation. Commodore dabbled in selling their own PC clones. Many, Amiga owners 
were left to feel that the Amiga was a success despite Commodore's bast efforts 
marketing. (Heard on FidoNet: "If Commodore got the contract to advertise 
Kentucky Fried Chicken they would call it 'Warm Dead Bird"} 







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appear, although at first many refused to believe 
they existed, whilst others went to their doctors 
for inoculations. 



1990/91 

Overdue it may have been, but the A3QQ0 was 
launched with the all-new Workbench 2. Out 
went orange and blue operating systems and. 
63000 chips, in came blue and grey and 68030s.. 
The A300Q was the first. 32-bit Amiga, and came 
packed with features, like the SCSI interface and 
the ability to use standard SVGA monitors. It was 
fast, sleek and many Amiga users today still rate 
it as the best Amiga ever made, 

The CDTV also first saw the light of day. At a 
staggering E699, the CDTV was a 1Mb A500 
and CD-ROM player in an extremely smart black 
box. Ahead of it's time it may have been, but 
"overpriced and lacking in software" was the 
popular description. 

The VideoToaster appeared, and the Amiga 
2000 would never be the same again. Offering 
untold power to American video users, the 
Toaster did things to NTSC TV production that 
would have cost ten times as much without it. 
One of the great Amiga injustices is that s PAL 
version for the European market never appeared. 

1992 

What was going on? The AB00 ceased to be 
(although the A5Q0Plus appeared as a "limited 
edition" for a short while} and A6O0 was launched 
for £399. It offered less expansion that the 
A500 and lacks a numeric keyboard and was 
greeted with a universal cry of "huh?". It sold 
well to a lot of new users and a misguided few 
looking to upgrade their A500, but three 
months later the price was dropped to £299, 
The A600 did boast some important clues as to 
what was to come: the PCMCIA port was 




A tli CDTV - Hie WirW'l first Ini lint multimedia arslem. Sadly it 
didn't »ll in the IjUlilrtitf Cannm^irt ItpaJ. 




FEATURE 



with 88030. Perhaps surprisingly, the At 200 
could well be remembered as the "Ultimate 
Amiga" rather than the A4000. 

• 1994 

A miracle of cost control, the CD32 had the mak- 

_- ■ ings of a world beater as it included the internals 

of an A1200 and a double-speed CD-ROM drive 
at a sensible price. We've yet to see how much it 
will catch on. 1994 also saw the launch of 
Workbench 3.1. offering a few minor tweaks. 
Third party CD-ROM drives invented a new stan- 
dard for CD games. 

As for 1 995 and beyond tune in next month 
wtien we look at current developments and the 
future of the Amiga. 




Time Line: 




1—1982 

Lorraine conceived 



— 1983 

Hi-Toro formed and Lorraine is 
designed as game* console that 
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intriguing, and the internal IDE 
hard drive more than interesting, 



Featuring the AGA chips and 16 mil- 
lion colours, the A4O00 was the first 

Amiga to use the powerful Motorola 
69O40 processor, although a cheap- 
er 63030 version was also available. 
It was far from -perfect though; the 
internal IDE interface and lack of 
A3000-type flicker fixer did not go 
down well. The hardware design 
was also criticised. The enhance- 
ments to Workbench 3.0 weie 
minor at first glance, although sub- 
stantial improvements were made 
under the cover. 

The At 200 started to appear on 
shelves. The A1200 was one of the 
best Amiga's designed, taking the 
A500 approach but cramming in as 
much as possible- A 63020 was fitted as stan- 
dard the IDE interface was now starting to look 
like quite a good idea, and the new Workbench 
was showing, Windows users what a bit of intelli- 
gence and some custom hardware could do. 

A! 200 expansions are continuing to appear; 
many running considerably faster than the A4000 




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I JAY MINER, widely regarded as "The 
I father of the Amiga" sadly died on 
June 20, 1994. 

PAVE HAYR1IE moved on from design- 
ing Amigas and chipsets, and now 
works for SCALA with ex-director of 
product development Jeff Porter. 

LEW EGGEBRECHT is working for a 
Californian company designing chips, 
after his stint as Commodore'! Vce 
President of Engineering. 

MED HI ALI - due to libel laws, we are 
unable to print a description of 
I Commodore's eic-president. 



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First showing st CES. Amiga 
bought by Commodore. 

Launch of Amiga 1000, New York, 
June 1985. 



1986 

Work starts on A500 and A2000. 

1 987 

A200O and A500 (£587) launched 
in March. (Spectrum Plus 3 goes 
on sale for £250, Atari 512STM 
is £399) 



1988 

A500 price cut to 499. (Atari 
512STM is £299, A2000 is £1250) 

1989 

MusicX released, Viliing graphics 
card and monitor offers a 1000 by 
1000 flicker free display in four 
colours for £1700. 512K memory 
expansion for A500 is £120. 
HiSoft BASIC is launched, and a 
Commodore A2620 card (14MHz 
58020, 2Mb RAM costs £1615). 

I 

1990 

■ A3000 launched. Video Toaster 
goes on sale. AMOS released. 
85Mb hard drive costs £999 







1991 

CDTV on sale l£693j. 68030 
accelerator for A2000 costs £499. 
KCS Power PC Board (a hardware 
PC emulator for the A500) is 
£299. 

• 1 992 

Amiga 600 launched (£399, price 
drops after three months to £299) 

-1993 

Amiga 4000 launched, 
A 1200 launched. 

-1994 

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approve? A Doom style 3D 
shoot 'em up? A new ver- 
sion of Frontier? An 18- 
rated adult adventure that knocks the socks 
off Dreamweb? A decent puzzle for the 
CD32? Well, whatever you want , it's in this 
issue. From the excellent, If a little rude, 1 8- 
rated Blood net to the best bag of budget 
bargains in ages - The Patrician and Dune 2 
if you don't mind - via a top puzzle game for 
the CD32: Clockwiser. 

On a slightly different 
note, and looking ahead 
to next month. Ocean 
Software have a new 
Public Relations manag- 
er. A certain Mr. Brennan 
from the Emerald Isle. You'll never guess 
what he told me today though: "Alan", he 
said, "I'll have a preview copy of TFX down 
to you next week". "Declan", I said back to 
him, "I'll believe it when I see it". So I'm 
warning you now, next month will either be 
very exciting and flight sim orientated, or 
just very exciting. Either way it'll be a very 
good read. 

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PREVIEWS 

-•Alien Breed 3D ...42 
I Worms 44 

• Frontier: First 
Encounters ...........46 

REVIEWS 

-• Bloodnet . ........48 

• Lion King — 50 

• Valhalla: Before the War 55 

• Death Mask 56 

• Pinball Illusions .58 

• Kingpin 59 

• Skeleton Krew .60 




CD32 REVIEWS 

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European Tour ..............65 







AIVIK.U 



GAME PREVIEW 








Due for release: April 1 995 ■ Publisher: Team 17 ® 01924 267 776 



They told us that Tower Assault was 
not Alien Breed 3. This is. Alan Dykes 
looks into the Doom-like world of 
Alien Breed in the third dimension. 



^^■^^ hat do you do with a 
^^^^f^ game that captured the 

K A m imagination as much as 
\^^# Alien Breed? Bring out 
^^^^ another one. But what 
do you do when you've got three of 
them, -all of which have sold well 
but you don't want to rubbish the 
brand by bringing out number four 
and five and six and so on, with 
diminishing sales and diminishing 
public confidence? Change it com- 
pletely: take the basic idea and 
turn it on its head. 

The first three Alien Breed 
games were top-down view, one 
or two-player games where you 
only saw your character's head 
and the tip of his gun, where the 
breed looked like bionic snails and 
you got to see a fair bit of your 
surroundings. In Breed 3D you 
play the game from a first person 



perspective, You will still only be 
able to see the tip of your gun but 
you'll be able to see the breed all 
right - all of them. You'll see their 
feet their knees., their torsos, their 
mouths, their arms, their claws, 
and, in a new twist to the game, 
their guns 

Falling apart 

You'll also see your own body 
degenerating on-screen in a little 
box below the playing window, as 
the breed take chunks out of you, 
You'll search for weapon upgrades 
and medikits through texture 
mapped corridors and rooms, and 
you'll hear the shrieks of the 
breed as they sneak up on you 
and {hopefully) bite nothing more 
than a couple of your bullets, 

Sounds somewhat familiar? It 
should do. If you've read any 





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magazine about the PC in the last 
18 months you'll have heard of 
Doom. ID Software's shareware 
follow up to Woffenstfen was revo- 
lutionary and tremendously suc- 
cessful. It has spawned countless 
imitators, but none has matched its 
addictiveness or sales success, 
Throughout last year pundits 
argued about the feasibility of 
Doom on the Amiga. Nothing was 
forthcoming from the PC version's 
creators and although the name 
and the code were copyrighted by 
them, the idea certainly wasn't so 
the door was wide open, or so it 
seemed. However, at that stage 
nobody could figure out a way to 
implement the game properly on 
Amiga, the main problem revolv- 
ing around how to get it running 
fast enough, it was a case of small 
window and high res graphics ver- 
sus large window and slow, tacky, 
or blocky graphics. But a lad from 
the north of England named Andy 
Clitheroe now reckons he's got 
it sussed. 

Afien Breed 3D started develop- 
ment last June and the current 
team includes programmer and 
designer Andy Clitheroe. artist 



Mike Oakley and product manager 
and designer Kenny Grant. So how 
does this merry team of 1 7ers 
intend to create the game, against 
all the supposed odds? We asked 
Kenny Grant. 

"Number one, the coder is very 
good at what he does and number 
two the way the graphic effects 
are placed on screen is by manipu- 
lating the co-processor in ways 
never utilised before. On non AG A 









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Out with 
the old ... 

Above, for one last time 
is the old top-down view 
Alien Breed style game. 
The action, the suspense, 
the detailed graphics, the 
ammo and credits, the 
keys, the two- player 
option, the dead people 
with blood steins in 
Tower Assau ft, the bionic 
snail-like breed, the diffi- 
culty, the pause button 
ate. How it made us laugh 
and cry. What does the 
future hold? 

Alien Breed 3D of 
course! Nail biting first 
person perspective, run- 
ning around a maze scared 
out of your wits, blue 
lightning bolt weapon 
upgrades, full size breed 
breathing down your neck, 
texture mapped walls, ceil- 
ings and floors ... as long 
as you have an A 1200, 
A4000 or CD32 Don't be 
fooled by those chunky 
graphics, the speed is up 
to scratch and the game- 
play is absorbing. Let's 
hope it stays that way - or 
gets better. 



machines [ie anything 
other than an AT 200, 
A4000 or CD32) you 
can only catch the cop- 
per every four pixels 
across the screen and 
this was a major 
restriction (the copper 
is a co-processor that 
is sometimes used to 
generate backgrounds). 
Along came AG A and 
did away with that, 
leaving us with a now 
restriction of two pix- 
els. Most coders were 
so used to the old rule that 
nobody really bothered to develop 
using the new one, but we are 
and the result is an engine using a 
very fast copperlist routine to pro- 
ject the images towards you." 
Phew! OK, we believe you. 
Anyway, enough about the pro- 
gramming,, what about the game 
itself? We asked Kenny how many 
levels there are likely to be and if, 
like Doom, there would be a wide 
variety of enemies. 

Evil aliens 

"The game is destined to be 
around the 20 level mark and at the 
moment there are about eight dif- 
ferent types of breed planned. 
There's an ordinary alien which is 
unarmed but quite fast; an unsuc- 
cessful crossbreed experiment 
that's basically a bigger, misshapen 
alien, but armed with a pistol; a 
successful human/alien cross- 
breed, also bigger than a regular 
alien but armed with even more 
powerful weapons; a fat mutant 
alien that spits boiling acid and a 
cybernetic alien that has armour 
and a plasma rifle. There are more 
than I've just described, but I want 
everyone to see them as they play 
the game." 

"In terms of weapons, I won't 
mention them all here but there 
will be single shot and automatic 



pistols, a shotgun, an acid gun 
which propels acid projectiles, a 
'Big Gun' which fires blue blots of 
flame and an explosive crossbow." 

Which is all very well but what 
about the burning issue of speed? 
Will Team 17 be able to reconcile 
decent payability with fairly 
decent graphics? 

"When the game is run on a 
vanilla A1200 it runs at a very 
acceptable speed, but the beauty 
is that when fast RAM is added 
there is just such a difference. It 
was unbelievable when I first saw 
what the game is like with an 030 
accelerator. The faster your Amiga 
is and the more RAM 1 
it has the better the 
game will get." 

Don't worry though, 
unexpended Al 200 
owners. I've played a 
demo version of the 
game on a basic 
A1 200 and it's fast 
enough The graphics 
look a bit bloc ky at 
first because Team 17 
have gone for a gen- 
uine Doom-sized win- 
dow, but the speed of 
the game coupled 



with the intensity of meeting breed 
around just about every corner 
soon makes you forget about this, 
Control was quick and movhg 
around the textured maze was 
pretty convincing - definitely the 
best I've seen so far, and much 
better than the initial version I saw 
before Christmas. 

But will AB3D ever be available 
to non-AGA machine owners? 

NoFMV 

"Alien Breed 3D will only run on 
AGA equipped Amigas due to the 
immense capabilities of the cus- 
tom hardware found in these 
machines. In other words there is 
no bloody way this game could 
even exist on a bog standard 
A5QG, short of hacking most of it 
to bits." 

Alien Breed 3D is due out in 
April of this year, provided the 
team can cram everything neces- 
sary into it without making any 
detrimental impact on current 
speed and quality. At the moment 
there is no plan to do a rendered 
intro scene for the CD32 version of 
the game, so Marcus Dyson and 
Kenny Grant will not get a chance 
to star in a sequel to Tower 
Assault, the B-Movie. However the 
game itself looks like being realis- 
tic enough to keep most people 
happy. More news soon. ■ 





AMIGA 



GAME PREVI 





■ Due for Release: September 1 995 

■ Publisher: Team 17 ® 01 924 267776 

You can't have three sugars in your tea you know, 
you'll get Worms. Can Alan Dykes stomach the 
latest craze from up north? 



©ames designers have 
always been obsessed 
by animals of some 
sort. We've had 
wolves, rabbits, birds, 
dinosaurs, Arnold Schwarzenegger 
and of course Lemmings on our 
computers at some time or other. 
But Team 1 7 seem dissatisfied with 
the list. There is something miss- 
ing. That something is the worm - 
the annelid, or in this case the mili- 
tary annelid. You see, one sum- 
mer's day about three years ago a 
bright spark from Bournemouth 
named Andy Davidson was lying 
on the grass in a park near his 
home, dreaming of Amos, when he 
was quite literally mugged by a 
marauding band of earthworms, 
armed with rocket launchers and 




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grenades, He decided that since 
they had just stolen ail his money 
he would make some back by 
designing and programming a 
game about them. 

Which is obviously a pack of lies, 
made up by myself to get you inter- 
ested in the story, But I'll defy any- 
one to come up with a better way 
of rationalising Andy's decision to 
develop a game like Worms. 

Of course there has been one 
other game based around a worm 
-Zool, but Worms is nothing like 
it. For a start these worms don't 
have legs, they don't have masks 
and they don't have girlfriends. 
They do travel around in squads, 
they're armed to the teeth 
(metaphorically speaking) and they 
hate the sight of opposing squads 
of worms. 

Basically the game is 
for two to sixteen play- 
ers and involves mov- 
ing squads of worms, 
each of whom is indi- 
vidually named, around 
a randomly generated 
landscape, firing hom- 
ing missiles, throwing 
grenades, shooting 
bazookas, tunnelling, 
hiding and generally try- 
ing to kill everyone 
else's worms, Whoever 
is left with the last 
worm wins. As we said 
in the December 1934 
issue it's rather like a 
cross between 
Lemmings and Cannon 
Fodder, with a lot of 
that old classic 'Tanks' 
thrown in for good mea- 
sure. Apart from just 
shooting at each other 
you'll also be able to 
call in supply heli- 
copters and air strikes. 

But what does 
Marcus Dyson, Team 17 



project manager and 
bearded space marine 
commander think of 
the comparison with 
Lemmings? 

Lggjgjings- 

"I think that the compar- 
ison with Lemmings is a 
bogus one, I realised 
that it would be made 
so I purposefully drew 
attention to the 
Lemming/Cannon 
Fodder cross straight from the 
start. But it is just the graphics 
really. How can a game, where the 
whole idea is the total destruction 
of the opposition be similar to a 
game where the whole idea is to 
save as many of the little cuties as 
possible? More tellingly, 
Lemmings is a one-player game, 
and a damned good one. But 
although we have worked hard to 
make Worms a rewarding one 
player experience it really is a 
multi-player game." 

Because the game generates a 
new landscape for each game I just 
had to ask Marcus how many sce- 
narios the game could technically 
have. The word 'infinity' sprung to 
mind, but he was having none of it 

FrQm here 
to infinity 

"Infinity is a big number. No there 
aren't an infinite number of levels. I 
think we are claiming about a mil- 
lion, but there are more. 
Sometimes, particularly in a six- 
teen-worm game, the computer 
will generate and then reject a level 
because there isn't enough good 
space to place all the worms." 

And what about network play, 
which was promised when I first 
saw the game? 

"Initially network piay will work 
just as if there were several people 
sat around the same machine, but 
instead you can sit around two 
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be given to whichever machine 
created that team, so you can have 
any number of players, up to 16, 
again. It's really been designed so 
that distant friends can play each 
other, hands across the world and 
all that stuff" 

Although originally due for 
release during the spring. Worms 
has been put back until late 
Summer or early Autumn, but the 
test version I saw was incredibly 
addictive and it's not even 
finished yet ■ 




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It's bigger than ever! It has more ships than ever! Tony 
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M-anager Keith Smith 
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In case you didn't know. 
Frontier Elite 2 is one of the best 



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selling Amiga games ever, stand- 
ing consistently high in the charts 
for the last year and a half. The 
logical extension of the classic 
Elite, its mix of space trading, 
space combat and space travel 
made it appeal to the masses like 
no other pretender to the throne 
could. Braben knows the secret 
formula, and he's not telling any- 
one. Instead he's doing it all over 
again with First Encounters - the 




game that takes Frontier and adds 
just about everything you could 
possibly want. 

Setting the 



hyperspace and trap ships as they 
went through, Callous and psy- 
chopathic, these were not crea- 
tures to deal with lightly. And now 
they're back, but not many people 
know about it. 

This sets the scene nicely for 
an adventure campaign in which 
the hero of the game - that's you 
- gets to go out into deep space 
and sort out the aliens. This takes 
the form of a series of interlinked 
missions which you can choose to 
take or reject as the case may be, 
but one word of warning; ths mis- 
sions are played whether you 
choose to take them or not. Pass 
them up, and a Non-Player 
Character will do them for you, SO 
you could find yourself Out of the 
campaign very quickly. 

The actual plot of the campaign 



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Here's the plot. The 
game is set fifty years 
after the original 
Frontier, in the same 
solar systems. The 
colonised systems are 
spreading further and 
further out from the 
centre. New alliances 
have formed and the 
military systems are 
becoming more com- 
plicated. However, as a 
result of this outward 
growth, one of the out- 
side planets has made 
contact with aliens, 
Thargoidstobe pre- 
cise. If you don't 
remember them, 
Thargoids were 
vicious, reptilian crea- 
tures who used to hide 
in the wormholes of 




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s and surprises, but we're not 

allowed lo tell you about it. 

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! kept secret, but let me tell 

rou that there are several endings 

o the mission, and some of them 
(omg Lo make the rest of your 

gaming life very hard indeed. 

Mind you, you can just skip the 
ile campaign if you want, and 

read about how exciting it all was 

- the journals 

Read ajl 
about it 

Oh, I haven't told you about the 
bulletin boards yet, have I? 
Basically, one of the ways the bul- 
letin boards have progressed from 
' e last game is the inclusion of 
different journals or newspa- 
pers, that tell you what's going on 

i galaxy. Obviously some 
have military bias, and will report 
timgs differently, so it's useful to 
'ead as many as possible. Who 

s, perform a particularly dar- 
«g attack, and you could end up 
n news yourself! 

Feel the _ 
textures! 

re the big changes are, how- 
s in the graphics. At the 
cnt, David and his team have 
been working mainly on the PC 
»ersion, with an aim of converting 
s much as possible across to the 
ia version, and as you can see 
rom the screenshots here, the PC 
an is looking pretty amazing, 
.■•ever, the way it looks still is 
thing when compared to actual- 

ng the game moving. 

The first thing that David has 

jne is to create a whole host of 

hew ships and spacestations. and 

en texture map them properly to 

ihem look as real as possi- 
i These are a far cry from the 
mple geometric shapes of the 
ial Elite. My favourite has to 



be the strange space station with 
four semicircular plates sticking 
out from the side, which revolve 
slowly never quite colliding, 
Simply fantastic. 

With the new ships and other 
objects in place, David addressed 
the planets. In the last game, 
these were by and large feature- 
less orbs with blue water, green 
ground and a city here 
and there. In the new 
game all of the planets 
have full landscapes, 
fractal generated with 
mountain ranges, val- 
leys, beaches, coves, 
planes and just about 
every other land feature 
you can think of. To fly 
to a planet from space, 
and then get down to 
around 500 metres 
above sea level and fly 
around the cliffs is quite 
an experience, I can 
tell you, 

You could almost for- 
get the point of the 
game and spend the 
rest of your life taking 
therapeutic flights! 

The other big ques- 
tion is has combat 
been made any easi- 
er?' This is something 
that David is address- 
ing heavily, both by 
cutting back on the 
physics of the original 
Frontier and by adding 
a whole host of new 
toys to your ship, 
including a combat 
computer, which 
worts like a cross 
between your main 
ship scanner and the 
3D system map. 

The last major 
change concerns the 
controls of the game. 
The cockpit has 



changed dramatically 
since the last game, 
and no more will you 
have to cycle through a 
hundred and one 
options to get to the 
one you want, This new 
console means that 
almost all the controls 
are on screen at once 
looks a bit complex at 
first, but it's infinitely 
more playable once 
you've got the hang 
of it. 

All in all, Frontier- 
First Encounters looks 
like it's going to be 
something really spe- 
cial. By correcting all 
the things that people 
didn't like about 
Frontier, and then 
adding a whole host of 
new features, David 
Bra ben is certain of 
securing himself the 
number one slot in the 
games charts from here 
to next Christmas. ■ 




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Price: £29.99 ■ Publisher: Gametek ?) 01753 553445 

Wandering around the streets 
| with a vacant stare is nothing 

new to Rik Skews, so he 
seemed the ideal candidate to look 
at Gametek's vampire heavy 
Cyberpunk adventure. 





Ohree things immediate- 
ly struck me about 
BtoodNet. Gametek's 
conversion of the 
classy MiCfOfifoss PC 
original. Firstly the box and artwork 
are superb - this is a game that 
reeks of value for money from the 
outset. Secondly it has an 18 cer- 
tificate because of its violent 



theme. As I spend much of my 
free time scouring markets for 
dodgy video copies of Natural 
Bom Killers and the like, this was a 
surefire way of grabbing my atten- 
tion. Lastly though, the box blurb 
describes the game a 'Cyberpunk 
Gothic". A Cyberpunk Gothic what 
exactly? I assume Gametek is 
referring to the two distinct and 




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popular genres that BtoodNet 
encompasses. These being partic- 
ular faves of mine, I ripped the box 
open with glee. 

The smile soon disappeared 
when I saw the 12 disks inside, 
Although it's possible to run the 
game from floppy disk you'd have 
to be very, very bored and quite 
mad to do so. We're talking 25 
disk swops just to get the game 
started. A hard drive is a necessity 
then, and once I'd sat through an 
equally unappealing 30 minute 
installation, it was into the game 
proper, Now it becomes apparent 
why Gametek used the 
term 'Cyberpunk 
Gothic'- Opening 
with a won- 
derful intro 
which 
mixes ani- 
mation 
and still 
screens 
to great 
effect, it 
paints a 
bleak 
picture 
of 



Manhattan in 2094. This is real 

Blade Runner territory where the 
world is an information tyranny 
ruled over by the meg a corporal ion 
known as TransTechnicals. Think of 
a phone company, international 
bank, software giant and the CIA 
all mixed into one supremely pow- 
erful entity, nastier than a two 
week old haddock left to rot in the 
sun, and that's TransTechnicals in 
a nutshell. 

The central character of the 
game is Ransom Stark, former 
employee of TransTechnicals. 
While working there he spent too 
long in cyberspace and endod up 
contracting Hopkins Brie Ontology 
syndrome, a condition which 
meant he could no longer tell the 
difference between actual and vir- 
tual reality. Wot exactly Claire 
Rayner types, TransTech sacked 
Ransom and dumped him onto the 
streets of Manhattan to fend for 
himself. Thankfully there's still 
some trace of humanity left in the 
future, and a friendly street gang 
took him to Deirdre Tackett scien- 
tist and enemy of TransTech. 
Unfortunately the only way to save 
Ransom was to implant a highly 
intelligent computer in his brain, a 

^ talking Amiga if you like, but the 
upside meant that Stark 
^ could start a new life as 
a street mercenary. 



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It's here where the intro picks 
.d. A mysterious wc-mari hires 
Stark as a hitman. Once he's done 
8 job, he goes back to her pad to 
ct his cash, Unfortunately her 
♦ather turns out to be one Abraham 

•Hesling, vampire lord and 
lyber space guru who plans to 
become more powerful than 
rransTech. Hesling promptly bites 
Stafk with the aim Of turn ny him 
•mo a vampire and one of his 
cronies. It's only a partial success 
,r7 ough, as Stark's computer 
r, n plant manages to prevent him 
) mi rig a vampire immediately, 
allowing him to escape to Deirdre's 
lab in the process. 

This is where the game starts, 

i Stark having only a few days 
to stop himself turning into a vam- 
pire. Worse still, Tackett has been 
kidnapped by Hesling as part of his 
megalomaniacs! plans, so as well 
as trying to find a cure for himself. 
Stark must also try to find and res- 
cue the scientist too. Of course 
being part vampire poses another 
problem for Stark. He needs 
human blood, and regularly too. 
Apart from any moral dilemmas 
thrown up, Stark's problem is just 
who he should indulge in a bit of 
the old sucky sucky with. It's quite 
easy to dispose of someone who 
seems worthless only to discover 
later on that were in fact necessary 
to the completion of the game. 

These problems form a game 
which is best described as an RPG, 
but is fairly action orientated and 
reminded me of Core Design's 
Universe, Virgin's Beneath a Steef 
Sky and Gabriel Knight on the PC. A 
map is used to travel around vari- 
ous locations, and more destina- 
tions become available as you 



progress. Tips are most often 
found by interacting with other 
characters in the game, from the 
roaming street gangs to the neurot- 
ic cyberspace hackers. Indeed 
character interaction forms a large 
part of the gameplay, and like real 
life, progress comes from dealing 
with the right people. 

Regular dips into Cyberspace 
are possible via any number of 
computer links. It's important to 
remember that Stark's physical 
body is vulnerable when he's 
engaged in cyberspace, so it's a 
good idea to enter it from a safe 
location - Tackett's lab is about the 
best bet place. Once in cyberspace 
there are two options. Either wan- 
der around freely, looking for other 
users to interact with, or find a 
FATS terminal. This is the best 
choice as it's illegal to search 
through cyberspace, and despite 
numerous cloaking devices (which 
can be upgraded during the course 
of the game) sooner or later 
TransTech will track down Stark and 
put an end to his interference (via 
death or massive brain damage). 

FATS system 

Using a FATS terminal isn't simple 
however. A passe ode is needed, as 
official access is limited to Trans- 
Tech employees. If you can't find thy 
codes then it is possible to hack into 
the system illegally, but this is even 
more likely to end in sudden death. 
Once into the FATS system. Stark 
can track down WELLS; literally 
wells of useful information set up by 
the cyber underground. 

Stark's character has to be gen- 
erated, either randomly, or via 
some clever multiple choice ques- 
tions which form a character more 



suited to the player's individual 
style of play. Once the selection 
process is complete Stark will have 
numerous statistics, Stark begins 
his quest with a certain amount of 
money and this can be used to pay 
other characters to join his party. 
As in all good RPGs, it's important 
to strike a balance between recruit- 
ing characters with brains as well 
as brawn. Money can also be used 
to buy brain enhancing drugs, bet- 
ter weapons or information. 
Combat is very RPG -orientated too, 
and even the 'Quick combat' option 
is still remarkably in-depth. 

Pay attention 

BloodNet demands a lot of attention 
from the player There's plenty of 
Cyberspeak to be read, understood 
and scoured for clues, then, there's 
the jury-rigging to be mastered and 
cyberspace to be conquered. The 
control system is not very straight- 
forward, and moving objects around 
is very cumbersome. Stilt, this is 
only a minor criticism, and as long 
as you have a hard drive, BloodNet 
comes recommended. 

Graphically the game is a treat 
The finely detailed backgrounds 
match the clarity of the PC originals 
and show that given a talented pro 
gramming team, the A1 200 is still a 
match for a PC The music comple- 
ments the game perfectly but it's a 
shame there are no sound FX, 
especially in the combat sections, 
BloodNet is an excellent RPG, and 
the absence of warty old witches 
and dragons makes a refreshing 
change. Even if you're not a fan of 
Gibson and Sterling-based 
Cyberpunk fiction, the compelling 
story and informative manual will 
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Cloak: A chip with resident 

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Data Angel: Person who fre- 
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tem guarding WELLS and 
clusters in cyberspacc- 

Morph Code; Software that 
can he introduced into a 



increase various skill I cate- 
gories. Success depends on 
hacking skill. 

Nana machines: 
Microscopic machinery 
capable of being injected 
into the bloodstream. 

Rage Gang: The 2-094 equiv- 
alent ol gang culture. 

Soul Hon; A chip with resi- 
dent software designed to 
maintain the integrity of a 
character's mind while 
interfaced with cyberspace, 

TransTech: The uiegacorpo- 
ration dominating New York 
in 2004. 

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Lion 



■ Price: £29.99 ■ Publisher: Virgin c 081 960 2255 

The Lion King 
hype-mobile is 
still going strong, 
and it's just deliv- 
ered the Amiga 
game. Rik Skews 
wants to be King. 



©he '90s have seen 
Disney firmly in the big 
time. It was Aladdin 
that catapulted Disney 
to the top and this suc- 
cess has been sustained by a time- 
ly re-release of The Jungle Book 
and most recently The Lion King, 
which looks set to be one of 
Disney's most successful films yet. 
Virgin have recently tunned them all 
into computer games, a similar 





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platform formal across the board. 
The Amiga Hon King follows on 

from the generally well received 

console versions released towards - 

the end of last year. 

Unfortunately three of the origi- 
nal levels are missing 
from the console ver- 
sions. Surely Virgin 
could have included 
another disk? Even so, 
one of the missing lev- 
els, 'Can't wait to be 
King' was arguably the 
worst in the console 
game, so that's no 
great loss. 

The remaining levels 
stick pretty closely to 
the film's plot, charting 
Simba's progress from 
a cuddly youngster to a 
fully fledged scary lion. 
Simba believes he's 
responsible for his 
father's death, and 
enters the wilderness 
to find inner peace 
(man), It was actuallv 
Simba's wicked uncle 
Scar that killed him, but 
Simba doesn't find that 
out until later. Along the 
way he faces a number 
of challenges, both 
from the complex plat- 



form environment and the numer- 
ous nasties. 

Levels include 'The Elephant's 
Graveyard', where Simba has to 
make his way through crumbling 
elephant bones while avoiding 
pouncing hyenas and circling buz- 
zards. Hazards in 'Simba's Exile' 
include massive boulders which 
come crashing down the corridors. 
'Stampede', an excellent 3D level, 
breaks up the platform action hall 
way through the game and lets the 
player control Simba as he runs 
towards the screen in an attempt 
to avoid the rampaging buffalo and 
jagged racks. 

Gameplay? 

All the usual pick-ups can be col- 
lected to help Simba in his quest. 
The African Red Bugs in particular 
are rather handy as they increase 
Simba's health line, essential if he's 
to survive the final encounter with 
Scar. There's also a couple of nasty 
pick-ups like spiders which will 
lower Simba's health. In the frantic 
action these are quite easy to acci- 
dentally collect so be careful! 
Simba can scare off the other ani- 
mals with his roar, which is 
charged up with every blue beetle 
he collects. He can also use the 
tried and trusted "jump on their 
heads" method, and once he's an 




adult can use his claws too. His 
defensive repertoire is topped off 
by a ducking manoeuvre and a roll, 
which can also be used to burst 
through scenery. 

All too beautiful 

Just like the film, the Lion King 
game is beautiful to look at. Both 
the backgrounds and the anima- 
tion in particular are a work of art. I 
particularly love the way Simba 
hangs onto a ledge for dear life, 
with his little legs scrambling 
around. Sound and music are first 
rate too. The whole game excels in 
the audiovisual stakes, but then 
what do you expect from Disney? 

Gameplay is competent - Simba 
is as easy and fluid to control as 
Aladdin, but the general game 
design is uninspired. Younger chil- 
dren may not get as much enjoy- 
ment out of it as they should due 
to its steep difficulty curve. 

The stampede section makes a 
pleasant break from the platform 
action, but it's a shame the other 
two bonus rounds have been 
removed. It may be cheaper than 
the console versions, and perfectly 
adequate as a platform game, but 
The Lion King seems to be a rush 
job, especially when compared to 
the joys of Aladdin. ■ 




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The talking adventure returns to the Amiga once 
more, and Tony Dillon can pretend, again, that 
he has an army of friends in his pad. 



Valhalla 



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ove it or loathe it, you 
can't deny that Vulcan 
I Software's debut into 
the market last year - 
the first ever talking 
Amiga adventure, otherwise known 
as Valhalla caused a bit of a storm. 
Created in a living room, with a 
copy tit AMOS Professional and a 
sampling cartridge., this too-down 
vtew adventure used speech where 
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before, along with a little imagina- 
tion and creativeness to build one 
of the most characteristic games 
ever seen on the Amiga. Some peo- 
ple didn't like it because they found 
it too slow to play, others just didn't 
find the logic in the layout of the 
puzzles. Many, though, thought it 
was great. I was in the latter group. 
Valhalla, however, wasn't with- 
out problems. The fact you couldn't 
skip through the opening animation 
once it had started was a constant 
bone of contention. The fact that 
the little guy always said some- 
thing when you did mundane 
things like collect an object soon 
became grating. Although the 
flaws in Valhalla were only small 
things, collectively they tended to 
put some people off. Something 
Vulcan Software are all too ready to 
admit, as they release the prequel 
to that game (that means the story 
that comes before, whereas a 
sequel is the tale that comes after). 
Valhalla Before The War tells the 
story of how the Lord Of Infinity 



came to rule Valhalla, and a very 
enjoyable tale it is too. 

The game itself is pretty much 
the same sort of stuff as we've 
already seen. The main character 
occupies residence in the centre 
of the screen, and his little world 
scrolls around him as he walks. 
He needs to collect objects, inter- 
act with other characters and 
solve puzzles by use of both of 
these methods to progress 
through the four huge levels. This 
could be something as simple as 
placing a stick in a hole to make a 
switch, through to arranging giant 






pieces on a chess board to solve 
a Kasparov conundrum. 

Tamper-proof 

Fans of the original will be happy 
to note that the original game 
engine hasn't been tampered with 
much at all. The same rows of 
icons run along the bottom of the 
screen, only now you have 
instant access to a complete 
map of the level from the word 
go, as well as an option to turn 
off all superfluous speech. Wo 
more will he say 'I've Got It' and 
'It doesn't fit' every time you exper- 
iment with an object, In this mode, 
Infinity only speaks when as*:ed to, 
and it makes the game a damn 
sight more playable for that. 

Other than that, the playing 
area has been increased to show 
more of the surrounding world, 
there are far more characters to 
interact with than before (with all 
voices supplied by programmer 
Paul Carrington -even the female 
ones!.! and the puzzles, while being 
just as devious as the first game, 
are a lot more logical and straight- 
forward, although that doesn't 
mean the game is much easier! 

Charming 

Valhalla Before The War has all of 
the charm of the first game, 
retained by carefully pruning out all 
of the things that caused the origi- 
nal to get one or two less than 
80% marks, while keeping the little 
looks up to camera and all the 
small touches that made Valhalla 
'cute. It's a very enjoyable game 
for those who want to spend a few 
hours lost in a story, and there's 
enough here to keep you playing 
for a couple of weeks. If you liked 
the first one, you'll love this. ■ 



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We're all doomed/' according to Rile 
Skews, who's just recovered from a 
session with Alternative's 3D shoot 
'em up. 

music". It sounds terribly exciting,. 
so what's it all about? 

Set in 9030 AD, on the planet 
Hiba, the player is cast as a mem- 
ber of an elite military force known 
as the Death Mask. Hiba is home to 
numerous biological misfits, the 
result of 80th century scientists 
cracking the genetic code and hav- 
ing a good dabble with it. Things 
could have got a whole lot worse 
after the meddling, human popula- 
tion managed to blow themselves 
up nuclear style, but the mutants' ^ 
altered genes allowed them to 
resist a massive radiation dose and 
certain death. Things gradually 
returned to normal and all looked 
rosy, until one day their survival 
comes under the threat of a mas- 
sive alien invasion. It's here where 
the Death Mask team comes into 
play in the shape of Hiram and Seth. 
two of the squad's bravest fighters. 

Doom wannabe 

playing as Hiram (along with Seth if 
you've got a friend handy) the play- 
er must venture through a total of 
35 alien-infested levels. Gameplay 
takes the form of the classic PC 
blast 'em up Doom. So far, no-one 
has managed a decent adaptation 
of the full-screen 3D scrolling 
graphics of Doom on the Amiga. 
. Etch mission rEqiite; * s*t cf well pratHiri w Deat fy Mask settles for an unim- 
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Oeware hyperbole. 
Especially when it's on 
the back of a computer 
game box. Alternative's 
latest, a Doom style blast "em up. 
has reams of the stuff screaming 
out its praises promising "100% 
excitement", "Special 3D system 
concept", 'Atmospheric sound and 




The 3D levels are filled with vari- 
ous baddies armed to the teeth. 
Some are mere cannon, fodder, 
while others are found guarding a 
number of randomly placed objects, 
such as reactors or breeding pods. 
These must be destroyed before 
you can reach the exit to the next 
level. To help the players, a number 
of weapon power-ups can be found 
and collected, as well as the more 
common ammunition clips and 
medi packs. A two-player battle 
mode is also available, complete 
with a simpler collection of mazes, 
in which the two combatants can 
try to blast each other to bits. As 
well as the regular weapon power- 
ups there are also 'special' power- 
ups, such as invisibility. 








Any good? 

Death Mask is initially appealing 
simply because it's about the clos- 
est thing yet to Doom on the 
Amiga. But it's not long before 
numerous weaknesses begin to 
show themselves. The game looks 
good, but only until it starts moving. 
The animation of the walls and 
objects is poor. When you turn 
through 90 degrees, you don't actu- 
ally get the right animation frames 
to give the impression of turning. 
Instead, the graphics 'slide' horizon- 
tally to reveal the updated view, as if 
you've taken a step to one side. 

The baddies are so wooden, they 
could be extras from an edition of a 
dodgy soap. Their intelligence is 
also very limited, They tend to either 
stand around a comer waiting to 
ambush the player, or they just 
wade in with guns blazing, making 
no attempt to avoid being hit. The 
levels themselves lack variety and 
imagination too. It's seems like 
there's a never-ending supply of 
bland stone walls from one level to 
the next, with no markings to break 
up the monotony. 

Control is suspect at times. To 
get the map on screen for instance, 
the joystick has to be rapidly wig- 
gled up and down, making it easy to 
wander into a horde of nasties with- 
out realising. Some of the corridors 



m, DEattl Mask (lies tn be D«ani but lails en * number 

n1 ciwtto. Tier* rsn't any piuMa" lor statists! 

are also poorly laid out and require 
pin prick precision to steer the 
Death Mask crew a round- 
It's not all bad. The sound is 
atmospheric, thanks to some quali- 
ty music and suitably crunchy FX, 
With a little more attention in the 
level design and in the two-player 
mode especially. Death Mask would 
be recommended. As it is. it 
doesn't hit the mark. For many this 
would be evidence enough that an 
Amiga Doom clone is not possible 
on the Amiga. Maybe Team 17s 
forthcoming Alien Breed 3D will 
prove otherwise. ■ 



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usion 

Price: £29.99 ■ Publisher: 21 st Century Entertainment <® 081 988 8888 




He's a Pinball Wizard, there has to be 
a twist, that Pinball Wizard has such a 
subtle wrist ... ahem, as the song 
goes. Jim Conway tickles the flippers. 



^^ "^ y first on-screen pinball 
^^^^^Tt outing was Devi! Crush 
I k * i I on the PC Engine, and 

>&*/ what a game it was. 

^ mmr But I didn't have a PC 
Engine of my own and the friend 
who did eventually moved away. 
Then Pinball Dreams dawned on 
the Amiga, followed by Pinball 
Fantasies, and happiness returned 
to my household. Then it all went 
quiet, until this year when a poor 
attempt called Ultimate Pinball 
Quest darkened my disk drive. 

Then around fast September, 
plans for Pinball Illusions were 
announced and there was great 
rejoicing, This game was to be the 
most realistic yet, with AG A graph- 
ics, detailed tables and much 
improved sound. But it continued 
to be an illusion, with the rest of 
the Amiga press giving it middling 
to high review marks, despite 21 st 
Century holding back its release 
(originally planned for Christmas), 
until the game was perfect Well 
now they've finally got it right, The 
enhanced 
graphics (the 
game is 
A 1200/ MOOT 
only) do two 
things. They 
not only 
increase the 
realism of 
the tables, 
which scroll 
up and 
down, but 
they also 
have 
allowed 
the inclu- 
sion of a 




high resolution full screen mode. 
The screen snaps from low resolu- 
tion to hi-res interlace when you 
get a multi-ball, so you see twice 
as much of the table, allowing you 
to keep track of both balls. You can 
switch between the high and low 
resolution modes at any time with 
theF9 and FlOkeys. 

The three tables are called Law 
M' Justice, Babewatch and 
Extreme Sports, and each comes 
equipped with three flippers. Law 
M' Justice has 17 scoring missions, 
and is based around police chases, 
jail breaks and hostages. Scoring 
includes everything from simple 
ramp combos to more complicat- 
ed specific targeting. The 
Babewatch table involves scoring 
in more ways than one: the idea 
behind it is to attract babes by 
Surfing and lifting weights, and it 
even has a gambling casino. The 
Dangerous Sports table is inhab- 
ited by the likes of the bloke from 
the Volvo 850 TV advertisement 
(the 'control freak'). It's all about 
living life to the limit, scoring 
combos, climbing Cliffs and 
bun gee jumping by shooting 
ramps. If 21 st Century had been 
on the ball they might have even 
got the table sponsored by 
Pepsi Max. 

True to life 

These are definitely the most real- 
istic Pinball tables yet. The ball has 
a beautiful sheen and the lighting 
and scoring panel are pretty con- 
vincing. The flippers are also realis- 
tically sprung and the ball move- 
ment off the bumpers is very accu- 
rate. However, I would have liked a 
more realistic press and release 



Spring mechanism for 
shooting the balls. The 
tables aren't actually Set up 
in a way that is affected by 
the initial speed of the 
ball, but this facility, which 
was about the most real- 
istic thing about Ultimate 
Pinball Quest, would 
have perfected Illusions. 

Other niggles 
include the sound 
which, although good 
enough in the music 
stakes, doesn't recre- 
ate the genuine pin- 
ball experience 
which should 
include flipper nois- 
es, ringing 
bumpers and SO 
on, I also didn't like 
the choice of pink 
as the Colour for 
the surround on 
the Extreme 
Sports table. It 
doesn't seem fit- 
ting. The high 
res versions of 
each table are 
also really too 
small to be practical 
although toggling between high 
and low res is both easy and fast. 
so this isn't really any disadvan- 
tage. It's really more a sort of 
stunted advantage. 

Still the best 

If Pinbsll Illusions is the last ever 
pinball sim on the Amiga (21st 
Century will not confirm or deny 
this and nobody else has plans for 
one at the moment) then it's not 
a bad game to bow out on. It's 
beautiful and addictive and 
although it doesn't excite me as 
much as its predecessors, it's 
still a top game. It doesn't quite 
give you the same feeling as a 
genuine pinball table, but for 
computer pinball fans it's pretty 
much an essential purchase. ■ 




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GAME REVIEW 



Hmm- A ton pin bowling simulation. Just what the 
Amiga is gagging for. Then again, who's Matt 
Broughton to argue with Team 17? 




Price: £12.99 ■ Publisher: Team 17 t 0924 385 903 




Of there's one thing that 
Team 17 have proven 
over the years, it's their 
ability to consistently 
produce top-notch 
Amiga games, without sticking to 
any particular formula or game type, 

Shoot 'em ups were revolu- 
tionised by the awesome Project X. 
the platform freaks had Superfrog, 
Overdrive sorted Out the racing 
fans, and even pub-fans had Arcade 
Pool to play (once they'd been 
kicked out of the pub presumably). 



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A kiigpin allows flit I* create yoursell a player aid 
save the details, along with VOHf statistics, la Ink. 
You ran then bring ihis player hack into lhe game 
rt henever you faacf. 




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Well now it's time for ten pin bowl- 
ing - not exactly an obvious sport 
for a computer game conversion. 

Spinning balls 

Kingpin avoids any major criticism 
simply because it achieves all that it 
sets out to, Unless you're a serious 
bowling enthusiast, the main ques- 
tion is not 'how accurate is it?' but 
"is it likely to be any fun?' 

Well, it's easy to get into, with an 
extremely intuitive control system. 
and simple, uncomplicated graphics 
to guide you along the way. First 
you select whether you want to 
make your approach from the right 
or the left. Push the joystick up or 
down to select a power level and 
then press fire to go, 

At this point, a lovely little arrow 
appears at the front of the lane and 
lips back and forth; its speed is 
determined by the power level you 
previously set. You now have to 
take part in what really boils down 
to nothing more than a glorified 
reactions test, in the vague hope 
that the ball doesn't immediately 
sod off down the gutter. With this, 
the ball trundles down the alley. 



where upon the screen changes to 
a zoomed-in view, showing the final 
collision between ball and pins. The 
animation is a little bit jerky but is 
believable enough, and even 
includes the mechanism that col- 
lects the remaining pins, along with 
the little flap that drops down and 
shovels off the dead ones. 

Added extras 

Fortunately, Team 17 have managed 
to include a few random elements 
in Kingpin to avoid the standard 
sport sim complaint 'I've got the 
knack. I'm now invincible', This 
comes mainly in the form of differ- 
ently waxed lanes that set the ball 
spinning in odd ways; sometimes 
puliing to the left, some pulling to 
the right, There's an action replay 
facility available — and before you 
crazy wild speed freaks get all pan- 
icky yes, it is in slow-mo. 

You do have the option to create 
and save a player to disk. In this 
way, rather than just having a new 
version of 'you' every time you load 
up, you can call back your own cus- 
tom geeia (complete with custom 
coloured shirt) and work towards 




a Mm great shots line and tiue apain with this 
rather haiiy 'replur' facility Fia Im all the lamihr. 

building an impressive set of perfor- 
mance statistics. Kingpin goes 
down as a competent bowling sim. 
and though not exactly the sort of 
thing you'll show your PC mates to 
impress them, it does come into its 
own when played among a group. 
The controls are simple but effec- 
tive and the graphics and sound do 
exactly what you'd want them to do 
(and there are some particularly 
nice speech samples in the A 1 200 
version to keep the atmosphere up 
as well). 

The score for Kingpin may seem 
slightly light considering the gener- 
ally positive comments I've made 
throughout, but that's simply 
because I'm worried about 
Kingpin's long-term appeal, coupled 
with the thought, 'are many people 
really that interested in a ten pin 
simulation?' Still, it's worth a go if 
you're tickled by such things. ■ 




a ta in rial lilt, a haad) Dveiticad mm allewa the 
player In tea hart the pins haua been split alter (he 
first throw. Thftfe's »lso a rather handy little arrow 
that indicates where the perfect shot should he aimed. 



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rice: £29.99 ■ Publisher: Core Design ?) 081 983 8888 




We starved Alan Dykes for six weeks 
before letting him get his hands on 
this, the latest shoot 'em up from 
Core Design. 



©kefston Krew has bril- 
liant music. It's not 
often that you can say 
this about a game, and 
it's even less often that 
it warrants opening a review on. 
but this game has been endowed 
with a particularly good theme 
tune. It's a hip hop style rhythm, 
with tastefully sampled and 
sequenced drums arid vocals and 
it's just a pity thai some variation 
on the theme doesn't run through- 




out the game: once you actually 
start playing. Skeleton Krew reverts 
to run of the mill sound effects. 

Shoot 'em ups invariably have a 
loopy storyline and Skeleton Krew 
is no different. An evil genius 
named Moribund Cadaver has 
taken over a place called Cyro City 
and inhabited it with nasty Cadaver 
spawn known as Psykogenics, a 
variety of mutant animals, ranging 
from deformed humanoids to 
wasps and octopuses. 

A group known as 
the Military 
Ascertainment 
Department (or MAD 
for short) are more than 
a little worried about 
this, but instead of 
sending in imassive 
legions of vicious 
stormtroopers, or 
nuking the place like I 
would have done, they 
decide to recruit some 
cryogenically stored 



mercenaries to do the job. Your job, 
should you purchase the software, 
is to control one of these mercenar- 
ies and do MAD's dirty work- 

W^ll-armed 
Spine 

The three mercenaries are known 
as Spine, Rib and Joint and one or 
two players can take a character 
into action The best character by 
far is Joint. He's a little slow but is 
massive and well armed- The 
token female is known as Rib and 
in a rather sexist twist to the plot, 
is the weakest member of the 
squad. Spine is fast and 
reasonably well armed and pro- 
vides the ideal second player 
accompaniment to Joint. 

The game takes place in what 
Core Design describe as 
Supergorescope. which basically 
means that it has an isometric 3D- 
style view. There is eight-way 
scrolling, but because of the size of 
the playing area in most levels, this 
feature isn't really taken advantage 
of in a big way. 

The characters are te I sported 
into a combat zone with three lives 
and you can pickup credits which 
are littered around most levels. 
Once a character loses a life he or 
she disappears and is replaced by 
a shadow on the floor, which can 
be moved up to four squares in any 
direction. Then, once you press the 
fire button, the character will be 



resurrected on the 
selected square. After 
you have lost all three 
lives the game finishes. 
You however are given 
one continue which 
allows you to start off 
again at the beginning 
of the level you died on. 
rather than the begin- 
ning of the game agair 
Skeleton Krew isn't 
too difficult, in fact I 
would say that they've 
got the balance just 
about right - which is just as well 
because there is no option to 
select or change the level of diffi- 
culty. When I first played the 
game, the perspective and the 
style of gameplay reminded me of 
the old Mirrorsoft classic. Escape 
From The Planet Of The Robot 
Monsters, if anyone can remem- 
ber back that far, 

Losing Control 

Unfortunately controlling the char- 
acters is a little difficult. You have 
to rotate them to move in any one 




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:f the eight available 
directions, but you 
can't fire and rotate at 
the same time. Well 
you can, when you're 

jtate mode, but you 
can't really hit anything of conse- 
quence while doing so. If you're 
not in rotate mode you're stuck to 
firing in a particular direction until 
you take your thumb off the fire 
button, turn around and fire again. 

Confused? So was I when I first 
tried to play the game. And I still 
am at times. This can lead to rage 
and frustration, struggling against 
the joystick to line up and shoot in 
the right direction. 

The weapons, which include 
lasers and grenades are very effec- 
tive, but once again a quirky con- 
trol method when using Joint con- 
spires to make them more difficult 
to use than a square peg in a 
round hole. Once you've rotated to 
face your enemy you'd think that 
pressing the fire button would 
send the dreaded Psykogenic into 
laser blasted oblivion, right? 
Wrong. If you fire while directly 
facing an enemy, the laser beam or 
grenade goes uselessly to its right- 
hand side (or left hand, depending 
on your point of view at the time). 
BasicaNy as soon as you press the 
fire button Joint turns 45 degrees 
before firing. Bizarre eh? Could be 
the weight of his weapon. Hmm. 



Once you get used to the controls 
Skeleton Krew does become fun 
to play. The sprites are fairly well 
defined and the sheer variety of 
enemies is such that every new 
level brings up a new challenge. 
The end of level guardians aren't 
too difficult either, you just need 
patience and fast reactions. 

For an A1 200- only game the 
graphics are good but not very 
special. The Supergorescope has 
been well implemented and the 
scrolling and game speed are as 
smooth and fast as you like. The 
shooting, dying and teleporting 
sound effects aren't all that spec- 
tacular, but they are acceptable. 

Once I got used to Skeleton 
Krew I enjoyed it. It's not a ground- 
breaking blockbuster, it's just a 
good shoot r em up, if a tad quirky. 
There are control problems, and 
some of the smaller levels are a bit 
tedious, but it' long enough and 
playable enough to keep you 
absorbed until the end. ■ 





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the psychiatrist ... 



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Price: £25.99 ■ Publisher: Grandslam © 0181 680 7044 







gggh! I hate puzzles 
that 1 can't sort out and 
I've met one in 
Oockwiser. You see. 
there are these little 
bombs that explode once they are 
dropped onto another little bomb or 
any surface, sotting off a chain reac- 
tion with anymore bombs in the 
immediate vicinity. I'm sitting in 
front of a screen full of them at the 
moment and I cannot figure out a 
way of leaving just one, unexplod- 
ed, in the middle of the bottom of 
the screen. And that's what I have 
to do if I want to get any further in 
this game. 

Oockwiser is the first original 
puzzle game available for the CD32. 
It's an object motion and time 
game, where you have to match the 
pattern of objects shown in a box 
on the right-hand side of the screen 
by moving those in the dok on the 
left left-hand side. Each screen has 
a variety of blocks, known as ele- 
ments. Of these, only the metallic 
ones cannot be moved or 
destroyed. These form platforms 
and walls which usually provide 
stumbling blocks that prevent you 
from simply moving all the other 
elements into placc- 

The other elements are as fol- 
lows: anti gravity blocks; which can 
be moved horizontally and allow 
other elements to float above them. 
Brick blocks; which are not sensi- 
tive to gravity and can be moved in 
any direction. Diamonds; which are 
highly unstable and will multiply if 



dropped onto another surface. 
Transporters: which will transport 
elements that are dropped onto 
them to the location of another 
transport pod. Bombs: which are 
round and black and will destroy 
anything they land on. Sandstones: 
which are like metallic blocks but 
can be destroyed by bombs. And 
finally gravity blocks: the most basic 
and useless of the lot of them. They 
come in a variety of colours and 
generally make your life a misery. 
And so to the complicated bit. 
The reason the game is called 
Oockwiser, is that you move all of 
the blocks around in either a clock- 
wise or anticlockwise rotation. And 
there are rules to be obeyed. You 
cannot select sandstone or metal 
blocks because they can't move. 
You also need to be careful about 
moving diamonds and bombs. If 
you inadvertently drop a diamond 
you will get several more for your 
trouble. Likewise, if you drop a 
bomb you will not only waste it, you 
may ruin your chances of complet- 
ing the screen. The joy pad is a bit 
cumbersome here, but luckily there 
is an option to use a mouse. 

There is a time limit set for each 
puzzle and this will vary according 



to the difficulty level. This is a good 
way of judging how many moves 
you have to make to complete a 
screen. Two minutes means that it's 
quite complicated. Three Seconds (I 
joke not) invariably means that there 
is only one or two moves. The clock 
doesn't start ticking down until 
you've actually started rotating 
some blocks, so there is plenty of 
time to logically plan your moves 
before you start. 

User-friendly 

Graphically Oockwiser looks better 
than the average puzzle game, and 
the different types of block are easy 
to see. The presentation is good 
and there are three difficulty modes, 
all designed to have you pulling your 
hair out. The first 1 2 or so screens 
are designed to show you the ropes 
so you're not thrown in at the deep 
end straight away. 

The music quality is good but I 
found the tunes themselves really 
annoying after a while. 



restarts each scenario without I 
ing to go back to the beginning, 
which is really handy. What's res 
welcome is the (act that on com- 
pleting each screen you get a p 
word, which allows you to go b 
to the game and pick up where you 

left off . 

I'm not a puzzle game fanatic. 
The only one I've ever gone back to 
is Tetris, but I like Oockwiser. 
Although it doesn't have that, I'm 
going back to beat the last high 
score' competitive quality about it, 
it does make you think a lot, even 
while you're not playing, about 
to solve the latest puzzle it's thrown 
up. In fact, you can even create 
your own puzzles and let a friend 
tear their hair out trying to solve 
them. Unfortunately though you 
can't save them on the CD32. 

I'm used to PD puzzles on the 
Amiga, which come cheap, so pay- 
ing for a full price one seems a bit 
much. But then again, for a game 
with Ciockwisef's quality finish, that 
you can play whenever you feel like 
it on a machine that doesn't have 
much else to offer in the way of 
puzzles, it could just be worth it. 
Anyway, back to those bombs. ■ 



CLOCKWISER 




Oockwiser is certainly a well 
thought out and reasonably original 
puzzle game. Its frustration factor is 
high, but there is a stop button that 



sound..... 

la stability 

placability 



OVERALL 

A fine original 
puzzle game. 



II 



AMES REVIEW 



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■ Price: £14.99 ■ Publisher: Psygnosis D 051 709 5755 

CD 3 2 owners have at last got an 
exclusive game that they can really 
shout about, reckons Andy ISIuttall- 
And it's from the makers of 
Microcosm. Good grief! 



bouncing on the odd 
baddy to dislodge him 
and steal his belong- 
ings. It looks very much 
like Thalion's Uortheart; 
and not surprisingly 
really, because it's writ- 
ten by the same team! 

Cracking 
surrealists 

The levels span six dif- 
ferent graphical scenes 
- including a rather surreal 
'Metaphysical' level. One of the 
main differences between this and 
Uonheart though, is that you can 
also go back to previous levels, to 
have another crack at some of the 
puzzles that maybe vou couldn't 
solve earlier. Ingredients must be 
picked up, spells mixed and cast. 
We're not talking Eye of the 
Beholder or Cslt of Cthuthu but it's 
certainly more mind-taxing than 
most games of this sort. 

For example, perhaps you need a 
spell to shrink you down to get 
through a tiny door: but the spell 
you need doesn't show up until later 
on in the game. So, you mark the 
points where you get stuck, and 
then return to them later with a 
fresh approach and a few newly- 
created spells. It manages to weave 
this sort of semi-cerebral puzzle 
cleverly into the action, which 
means that it even appeals to young 
arcade-loving upstarts like me. 

But then, of course, it's also a 
rather excellent action game, albeit 
a reasonably slow-paced one. 
Faster than Mam, slower than 
Sonic, it uses some of the most 
stunning graphics you'll ever see on 
an Amiga (hell, on any format) for 
the backgrounds, the main isomet- 
ric-30 map, the huge sprites — 




©ainright is a bloke who 
enjoys walking. A lot. in 
fact, to the extent that 
he wrote books on the 
subject something, 
which I think is rather sad. as I con- 
sider the old 'pied-a-terre' to be 
something that only happens when 
youT car breaks down. 

It's curious, then, that Psygnosis 
has chosen the Wainright monicker 
for the baddy in its second CD32- 
only game [Microcosm was the 
first). Curious, because Fiink is nei- 
ther dull nor boring, and has only 
one noticeable thing wrong with it. 
More about that later. 

Ffink, you see. is a young 
apprentice wizard. He's charged 
with the retrieval of his four mas- 
ters, who were banished to the 
ends of the earth by the aforemen- 
tioned Wainright. It's a slow, 
thoughtful platformer. with nothing 
more bloody and violent than 



making brilliant use of the CD32. 
The guardian baddies, too, are 
incredible; huge, screen-siied mon- 
sters made up from many sprites 
move smoothly and slickly. I defy 
you not to be astonished by them. 

Up with the best 

In almost every way. Flink is up 
there with the best Amiga games. 
Almost, There's one huge, glaring 
omission that doesn't so much kill 
the game off, as place a large, ugly 
wart on the side of its nose. Where, 
oh where, are the level codes? Not 
giving you the option to save your 
position in an adventure game of 
this kind is bad; but forcing the 
player to return to the beginning 
after ploughing through many of 
the large, gruelling levels is unfor- 
givable. 1 must have played through 
the first few levels a good 20 times 
before I got anywhere near the end 



of the game; and I would, quite 
frankly, have killed for a save-game 
option. Oh, how I'll never under- 
stand software publishers. 

Gut there's a positive counter for 
even this. Just as I was about to 
rate Fiink at a well-above average, 
but mildly-flawed 81%, news came 
in that Psygnosis has signed an 
exclusive deal with the game chain 
Future Zone, meaning xhetFimk is 
to be sold at a meagre £14.99. Hey. 
it's got a flaw, but it's not that bad 
— and for a little under 1 5 sovs this 
is, quite possibly, the CD32's finest 
hour. Buy. and enjoy. ■ 





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■ Price: £29.99 ■ Publisher: Ocean <0 081 9S8 8888 




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0e$ert Strike was a highly acclaimed game, one of the best shoot 'em 
ups ever. It had all the necessary elements; plenty of enemies, in all 
shapes and sizes, varied and purposeful missions, a useful arsenal of 
weapons and detailed, colourful graphics. The most important thing 
it had on its side, though, was realism, This realism was not a prod- 
uct of multimedia photo-imagery or sampled sound, it was a product of thou- 
sands upon thousands of hours of television coverage of the real Operation 
Desert Strike in the Persian gulf. In the same way as some companies bring out 
film licenses Electronic Arts brought out a war license, and they made a mint on 
all formats once they converted the Megadrive original to the Amiga and the rest- 
Unfortunately the Amiga was well behind the consoles this time too, it 
received Jungle Strike at about the same time as the 16-bit machines saw Urban 
Strike. And now the CD32 version has arrived, courtesy of Ocean, Never mind, it 
was worth the wait. 

The A1 200 version was notable (or its reduced loading time over the original, 
but the CD32 version beats them all. The interscene cuts are still there; this is 
really just a port ol the original, but the fact that there is no disk swopping makes 
life much easier, especially as Strike is the sort of game you just want to get into 
and start playing straight away. 

Once you flip the lid, stick the disk in and start playing you'll find yourself in 
what look like familiar surroundings, but if you compare it to Desert Strike, you'll 
realise just how much the graphics have changed. For a start this is an AGA only 
game, so there's more subtlety in the colouring, Also, although called Jungle 
Strike, the game's scenarios are actually spread out between city, desert, sea and 
jungle backgrounds, and so the variety is greater while colour and detail are 
improved immensely. The sprites are also very well defined, 

Your chopper is completely new too, a 
Comanche instead of an Apache, and comes 
equipped with cannon. Hydra and Hellfire 
missiles. The latter being the most powerful 
weapon, but also the most scarce. However, 
although you start each level in the heli- 
copter, certain parts of the mission need to 
be dealt with by other types of combat craft, 
and thus you get to fly an F1 1 7 A Stealth 
Fighter, ride an Assault motorcycle and pilot 
an armed hovercraft. 

Jungle Strike is not only more detailed, 
varied and graphically beautiful than its pre- 
decessor, it's also more difficult. Even get- 
ting past the first level will take a while, and 
if you blow up the wrong vehicle or die 
more than three times you have to start the 
entire level again - and it's a large level, Still. 
there's no ifs or buts: Jungle Strike is a 
great shoot 'em up. 

You really are missing out if it's not on 
your CD shelf at this very moment. Go on go 
out and rush down the shops to get it - you 
know you want to. ■ 



DESERT STRIKE 




graphics 

sound 

lastabitil 
placability 



OVERALL 

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Europ 
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■ Price: £29.99 

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OGA golf is, as far as I'm concerned, the best golf 
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France, Spain and Switzerland and two from the UK. There 
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browsing facility that gives you complete control over the 
camera as you flyover each individual hole. 

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lution pseudo-texture mapped graphics. Gone are the days of 
32 colour Amiga 500 backgrounds and players: welcome to 
CD32 AGA heaven. 
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tem, variable weather 
conditions and, quite 
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good courses, makes 
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will admit there's not 
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game which could 
possibly change my 
mind will be the next 
version of Nick Faldo's 
Golf. It's coming soon 
with over 200Mb of 
sampled speech and 
similarly updated 
graphics and anima- 
tion. We'll see ... ■ 




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FOR ARRAKIS 

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There s a big change of emphasis in Dune 2. away from the RPG style 
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puts you in charge of an Atreides, Harkonnen or Ordos (a newfy intro- 
duced house) army, with orders to mine as much spice as possible, 
take control of territory and kill as many enemies as is prudent. And 
because each house has its own characteristics and special weapons 
you can, in effect play the game in three different ways. 

You start the game with orders from your mentat (military strategist) 
to mine an area for spice which is also being competed for by one of 
the other houses, You have to build wind traps for power, spice refiner- 
ies, radar posts, troop training depots, armoured vehicle factories, 
advanced research facilities and other types of buildings. You also 
need to create an army with ground troops and vehicles to defend 
your base and attack and destroying the enemy's. 

There is a certain spice quota you must reach for each mission and 
the score is worked out on the basis of how quickly you reach this and 
how many enemy units and buildings you destroy The Harkonnen are 
better armed from the outset, and so are the easiest to play with, 
while the Atreides and the Ordos are more challenging, especially 
when up against the Harkonnen, who tend to get illicit computer-gen- 
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The graphics and sound are superb, while the character of each of 
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but aloof to begin with, then becomes positively friendly; the 
Harkonnen is cunning and evil ail along while the Ordos is dismissive, 
profiteering and business-minded. Dune 2 is a completed different 

game to the first one, 
and in many ways bet- 
ter, it's a pity no more 
than one person can 
play it. but its still well 
worth the money. ■ 







A Bribing i city ifficial in the Liehseli public lulls 




THE PATRICIAN 

£16-99 DAZE MARKETING 071 372 7435 

European program- 
mers Ascon are now 
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ulations On The Ball 
and On The Ball World 
Cup Edition. The 
Patrician is all about 
trading in the 
Hansaeatic League, 
an amalgamation of 
trading guilds which 

was formed in the 1 6th century to foster European sea trade and 
protect merchants' ships from piracy. 

At the time there was a big conflict of interest between rulers of 
countries and the merchant towns and ports which generated trade 
and wealth. Although the various monarchs and heads of state cov- 
eted this wealth they also needed taxes, and more importantly 
loads from the merchants in order to finance their eternal warmon- 
gering.This put merchants in a very powerful position and allowed 
them more or less autonomous control of ports and trading cities. 

In The Patrician your job is to become a rich, prosperous and very 
important merchant, gaining control of a city and eventually the 
Hanseatic League by becoming Mayor and then Alderman. This 
involves putting together a formidable trading fleet, taking part in 
various naval military engagements to show off your power, and 
getting rid of pirates to gain more cash. 

Understanding the basic principles of the game is easy. Actually 
succeeding is not. You start out with two ships, some cash and a 
storeroom full of goodies as just another merchant, based in the 
Baltic and Worth Seas or the English Channel, From there you have 
to work out a trading route, and find out which goods win fetch the 
most profit. In the meantime, you can busy yourself building or buy- 
ing new ships and increasing your character's profile in his (or her} 
home town, importing and exporting the right goods, holding 
feasts, paying alms to the poor and giving money to the church. 

If you are a history freak then The Patrician will delight you. It's a 
very accurate representation of the middle ages, Everything, from 
the importance of well chosen marriage, to the influence of religion 
is documented. You can even say Latin prayers and buy indulgences 
- both of which influence how the people of the town view you. 

The Patrician comes with a bulky manual which tells you how the 
game operates, and provides a historical background on the Hanseatic 
League and life in the middle ages. Both this and the program itself 
have been fairly well translated from German, but you will spot gram- 
matical errors and the odd German word or phrase. This is more of a 
minor annoyance than anything else. More of an annoyance is the fact 
that on the two different versions of the game I tested the graphics on 
some screens corrupted and made the essential on-screen choices dif- 
ficult to see. Also, if you have an A1200 you will have to alter the boot 
sequence to 'original chipset' to get it to work. That said, if you're a 

real bookworm and 
sim fan, the game 
itself will rise above 
these problems to 
give months of enjoy- 
ment, Some would 
call ittedious, but it's 
a competent, if 
not very exciting trad- 
ing sim. ■ 



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Once over the shock of 
how superb Sensible 
World of Soccer is, it's 
a fair bet your next 
thought will be, "Blimey, 
this is a bit on the 
tough side isn't it?" We 
at CU Amiga have 
melded our giant brains 
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When first playing it's best to stick with 
lesser teams, otherwise you'll probably 
take a hammering. If you're football-wise, 
stick to one of the English teams in the 
lower divisions as you'll have a belter idea 
about the opposition. If you must play as a 
'class side' then stick to playing friendly 
internationals, where the skill levels are 
more closely matched. 

Here are some tips to get you started 
on the promotion rurv 

We chose to play Barnet from the third 
division. Buying a goalkeeper was the top 
priority, especially for teams this far down 
where overall skis are not great. After 
searching the domestic transfer market we 
bought Newcastle's Hooper for a bargain 
£500,000. Unfortunately, a lack of funds 
meant that we had to include top scorer Lee 
Hodges irt the deal. 

However this has paid off, and after play- 
ing, a tight defensive position for most of 
Lhe first season. Hooper conceded onfy a 
handful of goals and is now worth 
€750,000. The rest of the defence have 
seen their values increase too. 

After promotion and a good cup run we 
bought players to cover the next l wo most 
important positions, striker and centre mid- 
fielder, in the shapes of Oldham's Darren 
Beckford and Sheffield Wednesday's 
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It's best to stay dear of the super teams until 
you've become competent at playing. Even the 
best teams, like Barcelona here, have their prob- 
lems, noi least of which is being in a league full 
of other superstars. Still, with the likes of 
Romano, Stoichkov and Hagi they're worth per- 
severing with I Here's a guide to tightening up 
Barcelona, hut these tips can be adapted to suit 
any top class team. 




The first thing that needs changing is to get 
Hagi out of the reserves. Leaving any player 
worth more than £2 million in the reserves is 
stupid: not only will they decrease in value but 
you won't get anywhere near the maximum 
potential of your team. We've decided to Swop 
Hagi with Bakero, not necessarily because he's 
better but because Bakero is 'only' valued at 
£2.75 million and is much more likely to be sold 
than Hagi, who at £9 million is out of reach for 
just about every team in the world. 




The defence needs strengthening loo. Only 
Koeman resides at the back and although bril- 
liant, he's more of a sweeper than an out and 
out stopper. Notice also that there are no spare 



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defenders in the reserves, so if Koernan is 

injured, a midfielder would most likely take his 
place. This is not good as players perform- poor- 
ly out of position, A defender is needed then, 
and from the transfer market we boy the 
Rumanian Gelodedici lor the asking price of 
£2.25 million. We chose him because he had 
skills which matched our style of play. 

With their attacking flair 
Barcelona also require 
a better goalkeeper 
than the £600,000 
rated Busquets. We 
couldn't find anyone to 
fit our requirements in the the domestic or for- 
eign transfer markets, so we made an auda- 
cious bid for Inter Milan's Paglluea, the best 
goalkeeper around. Despite our eventual bid 
topping £6 million (Pagliuca is valued at £2.75 
million). Inter aren't interested and so we turn 
our attention to Blackburn Rovers, where 
remarkably they accept our £1 .9 million offer for 
Tim Flowers. Hurrah! We've also decided to 
change the team formation from 3-5-2 to an 
equally attacking 4-3 3 but with the increased 
defensive coverage this offers. . 

The next step is to try 
and daw back some of 
the cash we've spent 
by sticking surplus 
players onto the trans- 
fer market. Not only Is 
this essential to get more revenue, but it also 
stops the players' total wages bill becoming 
unmanageable and plummeting the club into 
debt, something that can happen surprisingly 
quickly at this level. Busquets and Bakero are 
both placed on the transfer market, along with 
the spare striker Jordi Cruyff and the reserve 
goalkeeper Lopetegui. After selling these play- 
ers we're left with enough cash to buy two 
more defenders, one of which was Franco 
Baresi of AC Milan for E5 million. 



TOP GOAL 
SCORING TIPS 




Comer. If you re 
an Arsenal sup- 
porter you'll 
know all about 
the goal scoring 
chances that can 
be created fror 
a comer, and tl 
With the mass of bod- 
,,j penalty box it can be 

difficult to keep track of the ball, and before 

you know it's in the back of the 




r post strike: 
-,sy shot 
well worth sav- 
ing to disk, the 
far post goal is 
tricky to get 
ight. Approach 
he near gos 
post and hi; and hold the fire button hard, 
applying no aftertouch, to shoot the ball 
straight past the goal keeper into the far 
post - hoped; 



I Goalie Pass: 
Look for one of 
the central 
defenders mov 
ing lorward in 
order to receive a ■ 
pass from the 
goalie As soon 
the goalie- 1 the bail move in quickly * 

with a striker, lake the ball off the defender ; 

and shoot it diagonally (without any after- '• 

touch) past the goalkeeper bef i fets ; 

back to his line. ■ 



Knund. The 
ssic striker's 
ot. With the 



quality 
s featured 
Sensible World 
Soccer., Ihe 
, varies of a 
Tthan previously Ore 
. the goalie parries it and . 
the other striker follows through and scores » 
before the goalie has a chance to get back on ; 
his feet. - 



lide: This 
airly similar 
nanoeuvre to 
•bound, 
'he- slide can 
sither be 

ipted from 
ound or a 
II you have to 
l irre and apply acute 
aftenouch. If the angle of the ball doesn't 
beat the goalkeeper then ihe speed of it 
probably wil 1 



ianana: Another 
mpressive shot 
that was 
r»on occurrence 

J,n the original 
Sensible Soccer. 
This Sirme round 
ipply slightly 
t, but still a consider- 
t chance of getting 
the ball m. place your man to the far right of 
the goal, just outside the area and at a 45 
degree angle. 




GENERAL TIPS 

Cup Run: 
Progressing as far 
as possible in the 
cups is extremely 
important. A good 
cup run will draw 
in the crowds and 
bring in some welcome extra revenue, The 
European Cup in particular is one serious 
cash generator, takings of £1 million pounds 
or more per match are not uncommon. 
Because of their importance it's best to field 
a weakened squad in the league match 
before any cup formation so as not to risk 
any injuries to players, or if they're carrying a 
knock, to make sure it doesn't get any 
worse. It's also a good idea to leave out any 
players who might be booked and banned 
from the match, especially if they are 
key players, 



Job Offers: It's always flattering to get job offers, 
but unless it J s the job of managing your coun- 
try's team, don't leap at the first offer that comes 
your way as it will usually be for a worse team 
than the one you'll currently managing, especially 
if your team is about to get promoted, 

Positions: Try and keep the players in their cor- 
rect positions. It's acceptable to place a defend- 
er in a left or right back position while the usual 
player is suspended or injured, but that's as far 
as it goes. Whatever you do don't place an 
attacker in the defence or you'll spend the 
match picking the ball out of the net- 
Injuries: If a player's carrying a knock, it's best 
to leave him out for a couple of matches if you 
can, in order to let the damage heal rather than 
risk it becoming more serious, Most clubs are 
happy to accept a seriously injured player in an 
exchange deal, but be prepared to pay more 
more cash than usual to compensate, 



Tactics; There's a very comprehensive selec- 
tion of tactics already preset and these are 
more than adequate for the majority of situa- 
tions. The only changes we've found really 
useful are: 



Far post posse: 
Stick a couple 
more men than 
usual at the far 
post to stand a 
greater goal scor- 
ing chance than 






usual when taking a comer. Make sure not to 
move the defence out of position though. 

Super Defence: Defend those precious 1-0 
leads by shoving most of the team in your 
goalie's area. Leave a midfielder and striker 
upfield so you can punt the ball up to them 
for the odd goalscoring chance Or simply to 
waste time. 



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Beneath A Steel Sky 

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Yes, you definitely found as if you've lost ' 
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Leisure Suit Larry III 

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found a membership card for Fat City 
in the Divorce Decree, then I found 
Patti, but she won't go with me 
because I have a pot-belly. I went to 



Fat City, but I don't know the combi- 
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PS. Please print this letter because 
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Your wish i.s our command. Nnl only are 
we printing your letter but we are helping 
you out of this Ja/n as well. Turn the key- 
card over ond look at the shop names. 
Adverts for these shops are found on cer- 
tain pages in the game manual, and those 
page numbers are the combination. 



Police Quest III 

At Aspen Falls the people say that 
there is a madman claiming that the 
aliens are coming. When I go up to 
him he steals my badge, throws it in 
the water and then jumps in after it. 
If I go in the water he drowns me. 
Please tell me how to arrest him. 

D. Hebb, Thome um bald. 

Once the man has jumped into the water 
you should search his clothes toftnd his 
ID and keys. Throw the keys in the water 

and the madman will gel out to attack 

you. t don't know why he gets so angry r he 
thought it was funny to throw your things 
in. As he comes towards you show how 
upset you are by bashing him wish your 
night-stick. Handcuff him. take him to 
your car and search him. Take the knife 
that you find then drive back to the 
police station. 



Zak McKracken 

Please help me, I'm stuck in Zak 
McKracken. I've looked everywhere, 
but I can't find the lighter! 

Jonathan Harvey, Cumbernauld 

The lighter is hidden under the front seat 
of the aircraft, hut to get to the front seat 
you first need to get that damn air stew* 

ardess out of the way. 

Don't you just hate air stewardesses? 

!fall the air stewardesses were laid end 
to end - f wouldn't be at all surprised.' 

Go to the toilet and use the toilet 
paper in the sink. Turn on the water, push 
the Call button then head for the front of 
the plane . 



Kings Quest VI 

I'm stuck in two places; the first s 
the Catacombs - in the room with 
the descending ceiling. What do I 
need to put in the cogs? The secon3 
problem is on the Isle of Wonder. I 
have managed to get past the five 
dwarves, but cannot seem to get 9 
book from the bloke with all the 
books. I think I need a book to give ia 
the bookkeeper in exchange for a 
magic book. 

Steven Ldng. BFPO 16. 

Stick a brick in the cogs to stop yourself 
becoming the sixth dwarf. The bookworm | 
will exchange Itis rare hook for a dan- 
gling participle il'm not at ail sure what 
that is. but it sounds rudei. You can find 
this strange thing dangling from a tree ox 
the Isle of the Beast. You'll catch it by 
using the string of letters which is found 

pouting in the water .shortly after you' vr 

gone past the five dwarves. ■ 




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chosen by Sensi's Jon Hare. ■ ^j ax (Holland! 


No, Name 


Team 


Code Price " Arsen^HEn^ianciJ 

■ Atletico Mmeiro (Brazil) 


1 Luis Henrique 


Atletico Minero 


0401 £3M ■ Barcelona (Spain) 

■ Bay em Munich (Germany) 


2 Stig Inge Bjomfoye Liverpool 


1216 E650KB Blackburn Rovers (England) 






■ FC Porto (Portugal) 


3 Paulo Negro 


Lazio 


1112 E550K a Ga | alasargv (Turkey) 


4 Dave McPherson 


Rangers 


1812 E1M ■ Juventus (Italy) 
■ Lazio (Italy) 


5 Miguel Lasa 


Real Mad riil 


1914 C750KB Liverpool (England) 

■ Mamelodi Sundown (South Africa) 


6 Vladamir Jugovic 


Sampdona 


2127 E1.SM B Manchester United (England) 


7 Michel 


Real Madrid 


1925 £2M B Neguya G rem pas (Japan) 

■ Newcastle United (England) 


8 Antonio Conte 


Juventus 


1027 E950K" Paris Si-Germain (France) 
■ Rangers (Scotland) 


9 Jason Wilcox 


Blackburn 


0729 OOOKb ^1 Madrid (Spain) 


10 Mart: Hughes 


Man Utd. 


urti r-5 R i j, ■ River Plate (Argentina) 
1431 LAbM_ . " 

■ Sampdona Italy 


1 1 Sergio Araujo 


Atletico Miniero 0431 £2M ■ Tottenham Hotspur (England! 



super-human football genius (or spawny git) triumphs and 
wings off to see his (or her, this is an equal opportunities 
competition) favourite European football team in action on 
their home ground. But that's not all! Every month there is a 
team strip (of your choice) up for grabs by the person whose 
team performs the best! And it's all couiesy of Renegade. 
Their generosity knows no bounds, 

It all Starts off this issue with the coupon printed on page 
B0. All you have to do is choose a team from the 22 top sides 
we've printed tiers, within the budgetary constraints that 
Renegade have set. And they're not as generous with notion- 
al money as they are with the real stuff! You've only got 
£17 million to spend - roughly what you would get if you were 




^lessandro Malii 
Ajax (Ho Hi.. id) 




Arsenal (England) 




Atletico nflineiro {Brazil} 

Henrique 




AMIGA 



COMPETITION 



a factory worker in the midlands who has just 
won the lottery. 

You can spend the money on any player 
from any of the 22 teams (that's 242 players to 
choose from, for your information), but you 
must recruit 1 1 , 'cos otherwise you won't have 
a football team. Also, you can only recruit a 
maximum or 2 players from each learn 
Supplied. Want a super striker? Go for it But 
remember, you have to leave enough money to 
get the rest of the team together. 

How does Fancy L eagu e 

work tHen? 

Every month all 22 teams in the league will play 
14 matches (this is the Fancy League, after all!) 
with each team played by members of Sensible 
Software, Renegade, CU Amiga Magazine and 
The One. At the end of the three month period, 
eacn team will have played 42 matches, making 
up a full season. 

Each player you have selected scores points 
based not only on his team's performance, but 
also on his individual goal-scoring or defending. 
So, after each match, every player's individual 
score is calculated, and after 14 matches we'll 
print all the individual scores. 



Barcelona (Spain) 



Using the scores for each of your 1 1 players, 
you can then add up your team's total score for 
that month. You'll be pitting your wits against lots 
of other managers from around the country, but if 
you're judged to be one of the top 50 managers in 
any of the three months, your name, team name 
and score will be printed in a manager's league 
tabie in both CU Amiga Magazine and The One. 

All you have to do to enter is write down 
your choices on the coupon on page SO, then 
phone the telephone number supplied and care- 
fully tell the computer at the end of the line 
what your selection is, Alternatively you can 
post a photocopy of your coupon to the address 
printed on it, You must keep the original a$ 
proof of your entry. Entering the competition is 
free but the phone call, or the stamps, or the 
photocopies aren't. The phone call will cost you 
36 pence per minute off peak or 48 pence per 
minute at all other times and the call shouldn't 
Hast more than an average of 3 minutes. If you're 
not responsible for the phone bill make sure you 
get permission from the person who i$ before 
you call The Fancy League line. 

Then, beginning with the May issue of CU 
Amiga Magazine, and continuing for the next 
three issues, we'll be keeping an eye on the per- 



formance of each 
Fancy League manag- 
er (using our wi; 
computer! and we'll 
print the top 50 
league table At that 
stage we'll also 
announce the winner 
of the 
monthly prizes. 



RULES AND 
HOW TO ENTER: 
Please read this 

carefully. 




Confused? Let us 
give you an example 
of a team we 
prepared earlier (see 
boxout on opposite 
page entitled Jops 
Athletic) with the 
help of Jon Hare out 
of Sensible Software. 
We're certainly not 
suggesting that you 
use this team of 
course, oh no! 




FC Porto (Portugal J 



Liverpool (England) 




I . bach Entrant hw C17 r 
with wHch to censftjet heuhar Farcy 
League lean Any mm canceling 
ftps total wil ta w*l. 
J. Each Fancy League team ™« 
comprise the foKowing pjayws: 
one goalkeeper, four defend w$. 
lout mkftieWer^: and two attack- 
ers (11 ptoyers in WHBH. The play- 
er j' positions are 95 specrlied as. 
6 - goalkeeper. D - defender. M - 
mld-lielder: A - etlacker. Only trie 
posit^x specified IYBK1 10 We 
placers' names wB be aocepted- 
Anytesm not conforming froth* 
ronnauon above will be void. 

3. Each entrant can pic* a maxi- 
mum ol TWO ptaynrs IrOm any 
Single; team |i.e. yQU can't have 
three Manchester Uniied decid- 
ers, nr the lour Max mki-fielderel. 
Any entrant's Harm comprising 
ninm I tan two player from any 
one o4 1he 22 Fanny League teams 
wil be void. 

4. Once you have selecried you* 

team, ring the I ar cy Football 
League >tot-*ine number on lha 
coupon on page 30. You must 
have a touch-lone phono to erne- 
-his way " y° u haven'), vol rr jst 
enter by post - see ruk? 1 0. below. 
Ores connected to imb Fancy 
league Registration Una. fellow 
the rnsiructinns, speaking clearly 
whem prompted and inputting data 
such as players' code i-umbers 
uaang [tie dial pad Vcu an; advised 
tolillinihelorm primed on ihenent 
pageoefayehand to cut down the 

length o* youi <:all. 

5. "ma Fancy League Tolophone 
Hotline will be set up to ratect any 
(cam not conforming to tho above 
rules, Awjrage; length ct call three 
minutes, tails cost 36 penpe per 
minute off-peak (that's Bpnc- to 
8am Monday iq Friday. end all 
weakendl. and 48 pence par 
minute at all other limes. Please 
chert: with tt« person who pays 
the bill Wtaft dialling Lines w II 
be open 24 hours a day Irom 21a! 
February 1995 ia 3rd April 199S 
You must enter your team into 
the competition by the closing 
date. Any team entered alter (hat 
date will bo considered void 
MuHrpte autoes are allowed 

6 After Ihe closing date., the 
Fincy League wilfbegin, Each 
team wit play each other twice, 
making a total ol 42 matches 
1 . l-iayers will jccara points lor 
each natch they play in as Fol- 
lows Goalkeepers gain lour 
pointa (+41 lor keeping a dasn 
sheet Innt letting if any goals), or 
lose one point lor ovnry goal ihey 
concede Qerendars flam Four 
points. I + ap for ewery gnat they 
score, throe points I +3) if their 
tram doesn't concede any goals, 
or lose ono poiot 1-1) for every 
goal ifieir team concedes. 
Midf«ldcrs score fou< poms ( t M 
lor nveiv goal they scorn. 
Attackers sccre three points ( Or 

lor nvery goattlwy score- Players 
who tail to appear ihrough aua- 
peosJoo or -i|»jrv neither gain nor 
lose points for matches ihey rmss 
6 E^pry mtKMlv tor Ihe net* flinw 
ii^onihs, both CU Amiga and Tihe 
Cne lor Aniiiga w*l pimt Ihe r*wh> 
and ooel-scorBrs of maicliaa psayed 
during thai mOritri. 
9. A league table will be pnmed 
e^erv mnnih showriig the top 50 
Fancy Laague teams and their 
resoectiw loiala. Pules ol a lull 
football art ip of your choice wiH be 
awgnjed every month lor the man. 
agar of thB top team 
ifl. M you do mot Itava s toucMo ™> 
telephone, you cao nko enter by 
cutting wit ■«■ pnoiocopying *e 
mmfileted form ISelw, and 
sendirrg illo' Fancy League Emriei 
Cpmpunail», l*lit 1 . Heich Hil, 
fiBBcnley Lann. 5fi1nai. Shcopstim 
TF1 1 HP J. 

1 1 . After each month, the top 
manager will win theftjll footy 
team strip of bis tor. indeed, herl 
choice. At (ha end ol Ihe r.ompeii! 
ion, the managnr with the roost 
points will win a fabulous week' 
end for tvyo poopl*.. to the 
t jropeun luotballing destination 
o1 ttieir choice In the even-tot a 
tin. th* learn that has scored the 
most goals wa wrti. 
'2 EM Al 3 Images cannot be held 
responsible I™ any maccurKies 
or technical probJnms which mary 
occur. The Editor's decision ej 
final, and no cortespondejice will 
be entered into. 
1S. CMAP Images nestirvea (he 
ugh! 1o cancel <ha Fancy League 
competition si any 1imn. for any 
reason, wiihoui liability. 



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PrHE FANCY FOOTBALL LEAGUE ENTRY FORM 

I Use this form to wnie dawn your Fa ncy League team. This will make it easier when phoning through 
I yaur seloction. ft also doubles as an entry form if you don't have a touch-tone telephone! Remember. 
\ only send a photocopy, np< trie coupon itself 



TEAM NAME 



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Rangers- (Scotland) 




NUMBEFi 



I ... 
2... 
3 

4... 
5- 

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7... 
8... 
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10. 

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.DEFENDER .. 
.DEFENDER ... 
.DEFENDER ..... 

.DEFENDER 

.MIDFIELDER... 
.MIDFIELDER.. 
.MIDFIELDER.. 
.MIDFIELDER.. 

.ATTACKER 

ATTACKER 



W,1F 



PLAYER CODE 



VALUE 



.TOTAL VALUE. 



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Note- You must have 1 goalkeeper, 4 defenders. A midfielders and 7 attackers. Players cannot play 
out of position. Fill out this form carefully before you phone, and make sure ihai everything is ju*1 as 
you want it, Phgne and postal competition entries can be made from 21 February 10 3 April 1995. 

To Enter Call: 0891 615640 , 

Address: Fancy League Entries, Computerize. Unit \ t Neach Hill, Neschley La,ne. Shifnal, 

Shropshire TF1 1 8PJ. For postal entries pleas* include a stamped self addressed envelope wth your j 

name and full address *o that we can notify you of your competition entry number. 





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LEANING OVER THE EDGE 

With all the attention th* 
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how they'd spend £8 mil- 
lion. What about, howev- 
er, if you won a slightly 
smaller amount than £8 
million - not enough to 
change your Ufa but 
enough to t>iay about 
with- What thftn? Imagine for instance 
you had to share th* lottery winnings 
end •nded up with a modest £40,000. I* 
1 won this amount I'd probably spend a 
large portion of it on finding out the 
vital statistics of a supermodel - Cindy 
Crawford for instance. Naturally this 
would mean entertaining her for a day 
or bo which would (I'm only guessing! 
cost soma £25,O0O- This leaves me )ust 
£15,000 in the bank. Or I could always 
save myself some money and find out 
her statistic* for myself the easy way by 
consulting the new database that I cre- 
ated with Digita'a new Data store data- 
base (page 85) - 

Next tip I'd throw a party, and natu- 
rally the music would hov» to be LOUD! 
For this I'd buy the rather tarty Sony 
HiFi which we used in our cover feature 
{page 23). This would set me back a 
modest £1,500. Extra speakers would 
probably come In handy as well, and as 
I've really grown attached to the Aiwa 
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nation ww* reviewed in the speaker 
round-up starting on page 94, they 
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Now I'm left with just over £13,000 
Which is Still a fair amount. A chunk of 
this would have to be spent sorting out 
Commodore's problems, so I'd fly out to 
the Bahamas for a week to help them 
sort it out- all In th* nam* of work you 
understand! Back in England I'd need 
some way of adding titles and informa- 
tion to the documentary video I'd made 
when I was out there. For this purpose 
th* Amituk Fusion genlock, reviewed on 
page 92 would be just fin*. 

With the remaining £5,000, I'd buy a 
nice fast modem {like the XMJnk tested 
on page goj and accelerator. Naturally 
the accelerator would have to be the 
fastest on* available, and there's only 
one SOMHi card around for the A1200 at 
present, the 1 230-IH, wwhkjh you can read 
about on page 91 With my new modem 
and accelerator I'd set up a high speed 
Internet link to download and process 
lots of e'ori™" 24-bit pictures with 
which to sample the delights of 
BKttersott's new high speed 64-hrt 
graphics card (page 86) - 

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Emma, my girlfriend. After spending so 
much time reviewing this lot I'd forgot- 
ten about Valentines day, oh dear. 



A hardware bonanza this month. No matter what 
your interests. You'll find something to tickle your 
fancy - be it modems, genlocks, accelerators or 
graphics cards. Then of course there's an exhaus- 
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on CD-ROMs. Could you ask for anything more? 



What with Easy Ledgers 2 and now DalsStore. serious 
Amiga software seems to be making a comeback - 

# 64 Bit Graphics Card - 86 

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Nik Lines gives his A3000 a visual treat. 

m X-Link Modem ~* BO 

It's black, sleek, elegant, and very fast. No it's not a new cor, 
but a V.34 28. BOO baud modem from Wizard. 

# Blizzard 1230-III 91 

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car loh! 'mm juVt did that one). It's the new SOMHz 6SO30 A1200 accelerator! 

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PRODUCT TEST 



Datastore 



Price: £49.99 ■ Developer: Digita ■ Supplier: Digita f 01 395 270 273 



Can Digita's 
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Andy Leaning's 
home information 
bank? Or would 
Claudia Schiffer's 
vital statistics be 
better off in 
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OX first glance I thought 
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serious piece of soft- 
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cated to be considered powerful. 
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of a bright colourful display, with 
two panels of icons and little else 
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the most common Amiga 
database, is supported 
directly with a custom 
import facility. Other data- 
base formats can be tackled 
indirectly. Load up your 
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There's something wrong here, I 
thought, surely databases are diffi- 
cult things revolving around fields, 
records, Boolean search opera- 
tors, reports and various other 
means of extracting information 
But Datastore didn't seem to have 
any of these. On the surface at 
least it looked like a simple card 
file. So to find out more and to put 
it to the test I set about creating a 
database of a subject close to my 
heart: supermodel statistics. 

Simple power 

Creating the test file was easy In 
this example I created 'fields' (the 
areas you want to cover in the 
database) for each supermodel's 
name, a picture and their statistics, 
It was a simple procedure to set up. 
Clicking on the various toolbar 
icons you can create fields by 
'drawing' them onto a blank page, 
Calling up any of the drawing tools 
creates a box, which calls up a 
requester asking for information 
pertinent to the type of object being 
drawn. For boxes, this is the colour, 
position and size, For text it's the 
font, colour and text to be dis- 
played. The addition of coloured 
boxes, headings and picture boxes 
make the data input form easy on 
the eye and simple to use. 



The fields requester controls the 
type of data that the field will hold, 
Along with the type of data entered, 
it's also possible to have the pro- 
gram change what's entered to 
lower or upper case automatically, 
and set whether the field has to be 
filled. In this example for instance, 
the name and statistics are vital, but 
you might not have a picture of 
each model handy. In this case you 
could set the picture field to be non- 
mandatory. When we enter data the 
program will force us to enter 
names whilst letting us skip the pic- 
ture field at that lime, 

Once the form is completed" we 
can then enter some data by simply 
typing text in and adding pictures as 
iffs, Then pressing the tab key its on 
to the next field. Once a complete 
record is entered we can move to 
the next and so on until complete- 
It is by hiding all the requesters 
until they're actually needed in the 
creation of fields that Digita have 
managed to make Datastore look 
deceivingly simple on the surface 
whilst covering over of the power of 
a traditional database. 

Just browsing 

Once your database- is established 
you can search through your 
records for a particular item using a 



word processing styie search 
requester. Or you can browse 
through your records using the 
record browser - a simple icon 
panel containing video recorder- 
style fast lorward and rewind but- 
tons, plus single record advance 
and rewind buttons. 

Even more complex search 
operations are possible. For exam- 
ple, you could create a 'query', This 
builds a sub-database consisting 
only of records matching a given 
search pattern. It's possible to 
check the contents of two fields at 
a time against any text or numbers, 
Rom now on the record browser 
will only step through this sub- data- 
base. Using the query creator it's 
also possible to produce a listing of 
the records showing only particular 
fields, if you wish. 

So far Datastore has proved very 
capable, yet simple and easy to 
use, Unfortunately. 1 have a few nig- 
gles. I would like to be able to spec- 
ify more than just two fields in the 
query-building requester. I couldn't, 
for instance, search for all models 
with a waist of 24", height of five 
feet eight inches and light brown 
hair - in this case Cindy Crawford. It 
would also be nice to have more 
layout tools, such as grouping func- 
I tions, alignment and the like. I'm 
ateo surprised Digita provide only a 
rectangular shaped area of colours, 
what about circles, ovals and lines? 

Conclusion 

Datastore is a powerful program,, 
and provides what most people 
need in a database whilst being 
very simple to use. You can create a 
comprehensive database using 
fields, pictures and the like, ft can 
also check the data as you enter it, 
search for specific records, sort 
and print them. However, I couldn't 
recommend it over Final Data due 
to its minor limitations and the fact 
that it costs £10 more- However, 
it's still an excellent product. ■ 



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PRODUCT TEST 




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24-bit graphics are get- 
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Of a 24-bit graphics card 
can display 16 million 
colours, then a 64-bit 
graphics card must be 
able to display squillions, right? 
Wrong, because the Piccolo SD64 
is both a 24-bit and a 64-bit card. 
Up to 16 million different shades 
of colour can be displayed (that's 
the 24-bit part}, but all of the 
'buses' or channels are64-bits 
wide, so things happen a lot 
quicker than usual. There's no 
point extending the colour range 
beyond 24-bits anyway, as the 
human eye would not be able to 
perceive any improvement. 

The Piccolo SD64 is. a Zorro 11/111 
type graphics card for Amigss 
2O00, 300O and 4Q0Q. It's based 
on a fast graphics processor that 
comes with either 2Mb or 4Mb of 
RAM. The board contains a sur- 
prisingly srnali amount of chips, 
and the 2Mb version has an empty 
slot for a future 2Mb upgrade. 

At the back of the card, there 
are four connectors, One is a 
pass-through input for your 
Amiga's standard video output, 
which is channelled to the main 
output on the board. The second 
is a standard 1 5 pin VGA output 




connector to which a monitor is 
attached. The third and fourth are 

a video output jack and an S-VHS 
output jack. Unfortunately, neither 
of these two work without an 
optional upgrade, which doesn't 
actually exist at present. 

At least one of these outputs 
would have to be operational if you 
wanted to output graphics to video 
tape. No definite announcement 
has been made about this, so we'll 
lust have to wail and see, 

The pass-through input to the 
card is one of Piccolo's handiest 
features because when the Amiga 
is generating a norma.! display, the 
card becomes 'transparent', and 
outputs just the standard Amiga 
graphics. This saves the need to 
swop cables around. Or, if you have 
two monitors, you can use them 
simultaneously. 

However, before you reach for 
your credit card, check that your 
monitor will do justice to this lump 
of resin,, plastic and silicon. The 
card will output to single scan 
Amiga monitors {such as the Philips 
8833) but this is a criminal waste of 
opportunities: it's like buying a 
Ferrari and putting bicycle wheels 
on it. The manual recommends 
using a monitor sup- 
porting horizontal scan 
rates of up to 4SKHz. 
This will give you reso- 
lutions of up to 1120X 
632 pixels on the 
screen without flicker 
or interlace. For the 
more technical 
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pretty good. For this review, the 
card was fitted inside an Amiga 
3000 with Kickstart3.il, 10Mb of 
memory and connected to an NEC 
4FG monitor. Installation of the hard- 
ware was easy; plug in and play. 

If you want to use the SD64 
with an NEC monitor, you'll need 
to get your soldering iron out to 
join two links on the board. This is 
not a job for the clumsy or faint 
hearted. It would have been sensi- 
ble to put this information in a 
prominent part of the manual, 
rather than hidden away at the 
back. It made me sweat! 

The SD64 comes with three 
pieces of software: the EGS system; 
TVPairtt Junior and PfcoPamter. EGS 
(Enhanced Graphics System} is an 
attempt to lay down a standard for 
channelling Workbench com- 
patible programs 
through 24-bit dis- 
plays. There is a ver- 
sion available for other 
graphics cards, such as 
the G^P Spectrum. The 
SD64 comes with Version 
7. which was pretty stable 
in our tests. TVPsint has 
become the a standard for 
24-bit Amiga systems; 



Junior is basically a cut down ver- 
sion and P/copainter is a good 
support package written by the 
board's developers- 
Installation of the package is 
very easy, using Commodore's 
standard installer. A monitor file is 
placed in your 'Devs/Monitors' 
drawer, allowing access to the new 
screen modes. Also, you can ini- 
tialise trie EGS system, using 
WBStartup to make sure it ran auto- 
matically on every boot up. 

Workbench 

emulation 

Once up and running, the list of 
screen modes available to 
your system will 
have the 



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it These range from 320x200 to 
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up to 256 colours (even on 
Kickstarts prior to 3.0 with a bit of 
fiddling). For day to day use, the 
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most people. The card also 
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to those which can be handled by 
your monitor As you can see from 
the shots, it improves the look of 
a basic Workbench screen no end. 

Another tool provided is 
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tool which lives in WBStartup. This 
little program iooks for any screens 
opening and gives you the option 
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ent resolution. As an example, 
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screen mode options, but with 
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1 120x832 screen with no troubles 
-stunning. 

This works with most packages 
with a few exceptions, such as 
ProDraw 3. Directory Opus had a 
couple of hiccups, too: the pack- 
age starts fine but does strange 
things to the screen after running 
the configuration program. Even 
using the program's in-built screen 
mode requester caused this prob- 
lem. However, using the PD 
utility Newmode 
instead of 



PicoRetarget fixes this 
problem. The stability 
of the Workbench emu- 
lation is very important. 
The only thing the card 
doesn't do is allow you 
to drag screens, but 
this is no great loss as 
you can still stack and 
swop between 
multiple screens. 

Support for some 
specific packages has 
been included also. Real 
3D gains a library for 
rendering to an EGS 
screen, as does Smsgemaster, A 
saver is thrown in for ADPro too, 
which works well providing a high 
colour EGS Screen Is open before 
running ADPro - if it isn r t, the 
chances are that 4.DPro will snaffle 
too much memory and not allow a 
high colour screen to open. 

Speed! 

The 64-bit architecture makes this 
quite a nippy board. However, on 
windowing operations it just about 
manages to keep up. This sug- 
gests that the software is not as 
optimised as it should be, 
although this is currently being 
sorted out by the programmers. 
Quotes of "three times faster" are 
being mentioned, but take these 
with a pinch of salt. 

The bad news 

Ail is not quite rosy with the SD64, 
though. One major bug rears its 
head all too often - after opening 
an EGS full colour screen Ifor 
PicoPainter or a viewer program) 
and then closing it, memory is not 
fully released. OK, so it's only 20K 
that isn't freed - nothing in a 
10Mb system. However, this 
20K fragments the 
memory 




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badly. From having a largest free 
block of 6.5Mb of memory, this 
drops to 3.2Mb. Many image pro- 
cessing functions require a large 
chunk of memory, so this could 
present major problems. 

Conclusion 

The speed is great, especially on 
native EGS screens. 24-bit win- 
dows can be thrown around with 
impressive Speed. Text scrolling 
on the workbench is superb - use- 
ful for those who use CLI and the 
SHELL a lot. Other Workbench 
operations are fast, but not as 
quick as they should be. 
Workbench emulation is stable 
and well implemented, The manu- 
als are excellent, To 
conclude, 




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Other graphics cards can 
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This month's 
award for most 
stylish Amiga 
peripheral goes to 
the X-Link 
modem. Andy 
Leaning reveals 
exactly what 
makes it worthy 
of this accolade. 

O hey- 're deceptive little 
things, modems. Take 
the X-Link. 288E for 
example. As modems 
go, It's pretty stylish, 
even though to look at, it's noth- 
ing more than a plain biack box. 
However, hook it up to your 
Amiga and a phone line, and it can 
link you to virtually any on-line 
computer system in the world. 
from the bloke next door to 
NASA headquarters. 

If [his modem was to be 
likened to a military aircraft, it 
would have to be a Stealth Fighter. 
because it's sleek, black and fast. 
The X-link is extremely fast offer- 
ing speeds up to 28,800 bps (bits 
per second). This is great as it 
means you'll spend less time on 
the phone and therefore pay less 
to Auntie BT. Baud rates of 26,800 
are currently the fastest common- 
ly available speeds, and the 
modem supports both V.34 and 
VFast standards. Internet 
providers and BBS systems are 
gradually switching to 28,800 bps, 
which will soon become the stan- 
dard rate. 

It's the most stylish modem 
we've seen in a long time. The sleek 
black finish gives it a very modern 
look. St also has little red icons that 
light up to indicate what's going on. 
With its compact size and flashy 
lights, it's almost a coffee table con- 
versation piece (.but not quite). 



Getting the fax 
just ricjht 

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that it turns your Amiga in a fax 
machine. When combined with the 
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These abbreviations have 
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28,800 baud modem you're likely 
to come across the following: 
V.34: The latest standard for 
modems talking at 28,300 bps. 




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Most new modems support 
this standard, which is likely to 
become the normal protocol 
for 28,600 modems. V.34 com- 
patible models are recom- 
mended to anyone buying a 
new modem. 

V.Faat: This benchmark was 
established by several modem 
manufacturers who wanted to 
release 28,800 bps modems, 
but didn't want to wait for the 
'official' V34 standard to be set. 
Unlike V.34, V.Fast doesn't sup- 
port automatic error checking, 
V.32 ¥*rl»: This is an exten- 
sion of the V32 system that 
was originally designed for 
14,400 bps modems, V.32 Terbo 
allows speeds of up to 1 9,200 
with a 28.800 modem. It's not 
an industry standard. 
V-42: This is a 14,400 standard 
using compression technology 
to achieve transfer rates of 
57,600 baud. However, the 
compression technique means 
that it can not be used for all 
types of file. 



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PRODUCT TEST 



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lizzard 1231) 




50MHz 68030 Accelerator board 

■ Price: £229.95 ■ Developer: Phase 5 Digital Products 

Could 

this be 

the 

world's 

fasted 
A1 200 accelera- 
tor? Andre Digard 
is on hand with 
the speedometer. 



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tacular about going 
from a standard A12Q0 
to a machine that has 
an accelerator. Everything hap- 
pens before you get a chance to 
blink. And that's just with a normal 
accelerator. With the Blizzard 
1230-111 fitted, the whole thing 
becomes almost frightening. One 
look at the speed comparison 
chart (top right) will tell you why - 
it really shifts. 

Low exist 

As you've probably already realised 
from the name, this is the third in 
the Blizzard 1230 series. The 



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component count has been 
reduced, which has the benefit of 
lowering production costs, which 
in turn leads to a lower retail 
price. A few parts of the previous 
1230 board have been discarded: 
one of the SIMM sockets has 
gone, and now there's a socket 
for PGA-type FPUs only, rather 
than both PGA and PLCC types. 
However, like the previous ver- 
sion, the 1230-llf has a connector 
for a SCSI2 card, which is ideal 
for connecting to large hard dri- 
ves or tape streamers, though 
they'll need to be external to 
yourAl2Q0. 

The change to a single SIMM 



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socket will make future RAM 
upgrades more awkward. Instead 
of just adding more RAM chips, 
you'll need to swop, sell or discard 
the existing RAM SIMM to free up 
the socket for a bigger SIMM. 

Perhaps now is a good time to 
discuss the Blizzard's one set back 
in life. The memory expansion 
seems a little fussy. There were sev- 
eral programs which either refused 
to run or ran incorrectly. However, 
these programs were all PD demos, 
All the normal 'system legal' 
Workbench applications we tested 
worked perfectly However, this 
mean that not all games will run 
with this accelerator either as due to 
speed factors not all games are pro- 
grammed to be 'system legal'. 



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The most important thing about 
any accelerator though is speed, 
and it's here that the Blijzard 
scores its points, Spell-checks 
happen almost instantly. Database 
sorts are invisible. Blink and you'll 
miss your spreadsheet recalcu- 
late. There's no time For a coffee 
while you wait for imagine to ren- 
der a screen, especially if you 
have the optional maths co- 
processor. That's what it's all 
about really. The extra memory 
makes multitasking a far more 
viable option, even with RAM-hun- 
gry applications like DTR 

Performance-wise, this is the 
best accelerator for the AI 200. It 



simply flies past all the opposition, 
it blows away most other acceler- 
ator boards such as the 40MHz 
Viper and GVP 1230-11 both in 
terms of price and performance. 
This board is special. Us price to 
performance ratio is excellent .It's 
not only faster than the competi- 
tion, it's also considerably cheap- 
er, and only an Amiga 4000/040 is 
faster. If you want a 6B030 in your 
At 200; this is the one to get. 

The only problem with Blizzard 
1 230(11 is the incompatibility with 
certain software, which could be a 
major stumbling block for anyone 
regularly running games and PD 
demos. However, this shouldn't 
affect anyone using Workbench- 
compatible applications. ■ 



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system requirements: 

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PRODUCT TEST 






Amitek Fusion 
Genlock 

■ Price: £99.99 ■ Developer: Amitek ■ Supplier: Silica £> 081 309 1111 



Looking for an 
easy rout a into 
video production 
with your Amiga? 
Tony Horgan 
hooks up the gen- 
lock from Amitek. 



hat's a lie, the bit 

about going to the 
moon for €93 and 
getting a free T-shirt 
(see pic below). One 
day though... But that's the bril- 
liant thing about genlocks - you 
can make up your very own TV 
adverts, whether they're com- 
pletely false or not, just for the 
hell of it. 

Alternatively, vou could do 
something more useful with your 
Amiga and 3 genlock, like editing 
The Chart Show, adding banal cap- 
tions over the music videos. If you 




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like this wilt IhE Fuiim gEnluck. 



This is Scala HTIOO. 
It comes free with 
the Fusion genlock! 



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don't feel up to producing a show 
for national TV quite yet. a steady 
income could be gained from hir- 
ing yourself out for wedding video 
shoots, overlaying romantic titles, 
cupids and that sort of thing with 
your Amiga. You could even 
attempt a kind of Roger Rabbit- 
style live action and cartoon ani- 
mation combination. There's a hell 
of a lot you can do! 

The key to all of this is a gen- 
lock, and this new one from 
Amitek seems to be a pretty 
strong contender for any budding 
videographer's money. 

The connections on the back 
areas follows: composite video 
input for the video picture, com- 
posite video output for the com- 
bined picture, RBG monitor for 
viewing just the Amiga picture on 
a separate screen, RBG input, and 
an input for a chromakey, Amitek 
plan to release this chromakey 
add-on in the near future. 

Included free with the genlock 
is the Scala HT100 video titling 
software (as cover-mounted on 
the February 1994 issue of CU 
Amiga Magazine). See theSca/a 
HTJOO panel for details. 



be used to adjust the strength of 
the overlaid graphics in relation to 
the video picture. 

Conclusion 

Picture quality is good, better than 
the pictures on this page might Sug- 
gest. The Amiga graphics survive 
the gen locking process with most 
of their original definition, and there 
isn't any significant degradation of 
the video picture. The main limiting 
factor is the composite video input 
and output. Composite video sig- 
nals are prone to saturation and 
interference problems, but the qual- 
ity is good enough for amateur 
work and even certain types of pro- 
fessional use (such as visuals for 
clubs and raves for example). The 
£99 price tag, with the free Sceb 
software makes it a very attractive 
option for anyone wanting to get 
started in video production. ■ 



Build quality 

Just as I was about to praise the 
apparently robust build quality of 
the Fusion, it broke down. The pic- 
ture output started rolling, and bore 
no relation to either the Amiga nor 
the video input. The suppliers. 
Silica, say that this is due to a resis- 
tor missing from certain versions of 
the A12O0, which can blow part of 
the genlock circuitry. We are told 
that this missing resistor is to be 
included on ail the Fusion mother- 
boards on sale from now on, so 
you should be able to buy one off 
the shelf with peace of mind. If you 
do happen upon one of the early 
models of the Fusion, Silica will 
replace it for no charge. 

There are three modes of opera- 
tion: video picture only, Amiga 
graphics only, and overlay The first 
two modes can be used for moni- 
toring and simple cross-fades 
between Amiga graphics and the 
video Input. The overlay mode is the 
important bit. This combines the 
Amiga graphics with the video pic- 
ture, which shows through the parts 
of the graphics that are drawn in the 
background colour, The fader can 



HTIOO 

^ ^ One good idea 

jfl Bb^ ' s tne inclusion 
£ 1^ of the Sca/a 

9 I HTIOO soft- 

VJ ' ware. It comes 
^*^^ free with every 
Fusion genlock, and 
although you don't get the 
manual or the two clipart 
disks from the full Scala 
HTIOO package, there's 
enough to get you started. 
HTJOO is very good for 
adding simple, profession- 
al-looking titles and cap- 
tions to your videos, and 
it's easy enough to figure 
out even with no instruc- 
tions. Basic instructions 
are included on a single 
sheet of paper, but the full 
manual is available direct 
from Scala UK for £14.95. 
Tel: 0920 444 294. 



FUSION GENLOCK 



lent requirements: 

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Formerly The BDG To internet 

35D5 SAT TRACK V4.2 

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PRODUCT ROUND-UP 




Speaker, speaker on 
the desk who is the 
loudest and the best? 
Andy Leaning tests 
eight desktop 
speaker systems. 

^^^^ call know the Arn»ga has amazing 
^^^fi stereo sound capabilities, right? So 
m A M wh V waste all that raw music power 
^^M^M by squeezing it through a tiny TV or 
^^^^ monitor speaker? What vou need is 
a decent amp and speaker system to it justice. 
You could hook up to your hi-fi, as detailed in the 
cover feature on page 22. but that's not always 
possible. Fortunately there's an alternative: 
stand-alone amplified speakers specifically 
designed for use with personal computers. 

Over the next three pages, we rate nine of 
these systems, testing frequency response, 
clarity, depth and overall power. 

QuickShot Sound 
ate 4 

Considering their mere 
4 watt rating, this pair 
are capable of making 
quite a lot of noise, 
Volume, bass and treble 
controls are on the front 
panel, and there's a bal- 
ance knob on the back. 



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The speakers connect to the sound source 
(in this case your Amiga) with a stereo mini jack 
plug. This means that you'll need an adaptor 
cable to link them to your Amiga's phono sock- 
ets, Mains power is fed into one speaker, which 
then connects to the second with a short wire, 
This wire Is only about two and half feet long - 
barely enough length to fit one speaker either 
side of a monitor. Another couple of feet of 
cable would have gone down well. 

Don't expect much in the way of sound quali- 
ty. These are the cheapest in the test at just 
under E20, and as you might expect, you're 
hardly going to get hi-fi reproduction. If you 
already have a monitor with built in speakers, 
then these probably won't offer any improve- 
ment. They're only worthwhile if you currently 
have no sound output at all- 
Special Reserve, 0279 600204 

70% 




Attractive they're not, 
but these turned out to 
be one of the most 
robust speaker systems 
in the test, A metal grill 
protects the front whilst 
a tough single piece 
plastic case houses the 

rest. These also use a mini jack plug, so a con- 

vertor will be needed to connect to the Amiga's 

phono sockets. 

Although both speakers have independent 

volume controls, you can't adjust the bass or 



treble levels. Fortunately the general sound is 
well balanced, so this isn't much of a problem- 

These ZyFi speakers are the most versatile of 
the lot, coping well with both game sound 
effects music, Vou won't get any earth-trem- 
bling bass sounds, but this could be cured by 
adding a sub-woofer. 
Evesham Micros, 0386 765500 

86% 




The stylish ZyFi 2 speak- 
ers are a dramatic 
improvement over the 
previous ZyFi models 
reviewed, The front grill 
arches back in a gentle 
Curve. The back is even 
stranger, with most of 
the internals housed in a semi-circle enclosure 
which rests on a square base. Despite their 
trendy looks, the plastic used feels a little weak, 
and I wouldn't recommend dropping them. 
Two small tone and volume knobs are situated 
on the *ront. The volume knob is a little too sen- 
sitive, becoming rather loud after turning it only 
a slight amount. 

They reproduce midtones reasonable well, 
although bass end was definitely lacking. They 
make Alien Breed 2s triple phase gun sounds 
more like a water pistol than a hightech weapon 
of the future, 
Evesham Micros, 0386 765500 

70% 



PRODUCT ROUND-UP 





TS-D20 Aiwa 
op Supwoofer 




live speaker 
system 

Now we're talking. This 
is a combination of a 
bass sub-woofer and 
two satellite speakers. 
On the back of the sub 
are two phono Sockets 
for the sound input, and 
four sets of spring dips 
foe connecting the speaker wires of the satel- 
lites. On the front is a power switch, a bass 
boost control for the subwoofer and an overall 
volume dial. 

Having the volume controls on the sub- 
woofer could be a problem. In typical usage the 
bigger box housing Lhe woofer will sit under the 
desk, while the two smaller units sit either side 
of lhe monitor. Using a setup such as this, you'd 
have to crawl around on the floor to adjust the 
volume. A main volume dial on one of the satel- 
lite units or even a remote control might have 
been a better idea. 

Even so, the Aiwa system produces a nice 
clean sound, with a rich deep bottom end from 
the woofer. Hook this up to a shoot 'em up, and 
you'll hear all kinds of things you never knew 
were there! While the woofer kicks out the 
bass, and the small tweeter satellites give a 
good top end, the mid-range doesn't get much 
of a look in. This leads to the kind of sound you 
would get from a cfub sound system - great for 
pop and dance music, but some music purists 
may not like the dull mid tones. 

The price is a little high, compared to a low 



cost hi-fi amp and speaker system, but then 
again El 29 is the recommended retail price, and 
it'll probably fall once dealers get their hands on 
it. With its subwoofer and'two satellite units the 
TS-D20 is a great all-in-one sound system to 
add to your Amiga. 

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A bit of an odd one 
this. For your money 
you don't get two small 
speakers that can sit 
either side of your 
monitor. Instead you 
get a single largish box 
which is heavy enough 
to warrant being positioned on the floor. Yes. it's 
a subwoofer. A unit designed to reproduce just 
the low frequencies - deep bass tones. Adding 
a subwoofer to a speaker system will result in 
much deeper, reverberating sounds. Explosions, 
gun fire, and engine noises can sound much 
more realistic with a subwoofer, 

To hear mid and high tones you'll need a pair 
of normal speakers. The Quickshot Bass 
■ Machine assumes you've already got a pair of 



desktop speakers or that you're buying them 
with the Bass Machine and want to add extra 
bass to them. 

So docs it succeed in its aim? In short, no. It 
maybe cheap {£39.99) but no matter how much 
you pay you should expect a subwoofer to add 
depth and weight to your sound - that's the 
whole point. Sadly the Bass Machine sounds 
empty and hollow, Most of the time we were 
pushed to even Notts a difference! 

Quickshot's other speakers reviewed here 

were reasonable and worth checking out, 
but take our advice and pass over the 
Bass Machine. 

Quickshot, 081 365 1993 (or all reputable 
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Having looked at Aiwa's 
TS-D20 these came as 
a surprise. The sub- 
woofer system was 
black ash-ish colour, 
these however are 
cream white. In fact in a 
dull light they could be 

mistaken for being the same colour as the 

Amiga 1200. 

They produce a nice loud and clear sound. 

Strangely where as theTS-D20 was lacking in mid 

tone reproduction these were quite the opposite. 

Both mid and high tones were ably generated. 

although I felt they were somewhat lacking in 

bass - ideal for a subwoofer combination? 




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Slightly expensive compared to the other 
speakers here, they were none the less very 
capable and came out well in all our tests. 



■ LabtecCSIOOO 

^^^^B0 Him mm, gadget freaks will 

EH i love this. It's certainly the 

BUI most u n i que ly styl ed s pea ker 
[ set in this round-up. Rather 
^^^^^ than two boxes that sit either 
side of a monitor the CS1O00 
is a rectangular box that that the monitor can sit 
on. In this box. on either side, are speaker grills 
a third grill can be found on the underside. 

In between the two grills on the front at tone 
and volume knobs, plus a socket for a pair of 
headphones and a power switch, It looks rather 
groovy under a monitor. 

In performance terms I wasn't particularly 
impressed. It produced bass, mid and high 
tones reasonably well but the sound didn't 
sound that much better than that produced by 
the ZyFi or Aiwa speakers. It certainly didn't 
sound £60 better which is what it costs. 

Sound seemed dampened or slightly muffled 
to my ears. If I had a chose I'd much rather 
spend a few pounds more and opt for Aiwa' 5 
subwoofer system, 
Dimensional Services, 01844 345406 



60% 




Labtec CS900 

Labtec seem to have a big mis- 
conception about pricing. Take 
these CS900 speakers for exam- 
ple. They're very stylish, look 
good and produce a good 
sound. Yet why are they £89! If priced more 
sensibly under £50 for instance they'd possibly 
make a reasonable buy. 

Pricing issues aside they are very race speak- 
ers. Slider controls, rather than dials favoured by 
all other manufacturers seen here, are present 
for bass and volume. There are nice responsive 
pushbutton switches for the power and 
enabling the treble, 

Audio quality was excellent. For games and 
music alike they easily equalled every other 
speaker on test, although classical music had a 
tendency to sound a little flat. 

In summary, these are fine speakers, well 
styled but let down by silly prices. If the pricing 
can be bought into line with existing UK speaker 
pricing they'll have a good seller on the hands. 
But for the time being at least the price pre- 
vents me for giving the CS-900 a high score. 
Dimensional Services, 01644 345406 



70% 



Labtec CS600 

Unlike the other Labtec mod- 
els reviewed here this one 
probably won't win any 
awards for styling. Instead 
it's got a functional casing. 
The ritual volume control is 




present, along with push buttons for power, tre- 
ble and bass. 

Audio quality is reasonable. Laser fire from 
Guardian on the CD32 sounds punchy, whilst 
Tony Horgan's sound samples showed an 
admirable attempt at recreating bass r mid and 
high tones, High tones seemed particularly well 
catered for, a fact substantiated when we tried 
out various pop music tracks. 
Dimensional Services, 01844 34&406 

81% 



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CD-ROM Round-Up 

Suddenly Amiga CD-ROMs are everywhere! Andy 
Leaning takes a look at the latest batch of silver discs. 







Town of Tunes 

Hopes were high for this one, billed as ~a compilation of 100D of the very best MOD tunes 
ever made". It's been designed to be used on Amigas and PCs. but the Amiga compatibility 
seems to have been an afterthought. 

The Amiga section is filled with obscurely named files, which turn out to be SouiKtlmcxar 
formal music modules. However, trying to find a suitable player or tracker on the disk is far 
from easy The filenames give no dues to what they are (most are listed simply as alpha- 
numeric codes} making the whole CD very unfriendly to use, Sure enough, it does have plenty 
of modules, which could be very useful to many musicians, It's unfortunate that it s let down 
by such a shoddy organisation, 

17 Bit r 1st Floor Office*. 2/8 Market Street. Wakefield. Wast York* WF1 1DH. 
Tel: 0924 366 982. Price: £19.99 plus 75p P+P. 





Amiga Raytracing 1 £r 2 

These two discs offer something for users of practically any Amiga 3D rendering program, 
with objects and fonts for UghWave. Imagine. Rest 3D. Caligari, Sculpt and others. For many 
objects a small picture is also supplied allowing you to quickly see what the objects will look 
like Added to these objects and fonts are a range of textures which can be used in any 3D 
program along with a selection of attributes and textures specifically for Imagine. 

The biggest problem for UK and US users is that all the files and descriptions are in 
German If you can put up with this handicap (and are prepared to wade through the files mak- 
ing your own catalogue} it's a great disc to have in your collection. We marked this down 10% 
because u nle ss you can read G erman it ca n be co nf u Sing . 

17 Bit, 1st Floor Offices, Z/8 Market Street, Wakefield. Wast York* WF1 1DH. 
Tel: 0924 366 9SZ. Price: £1999 plus 75p P+P per disc 




Music Mod £r Sound Effect CD 

This is far better than the Town of Tunes CD, although it's still not perfect. It contains a huge col- 
lection of sound samples including instruments, effects, spoken words and sentences -there s 
even a drawer allocated to Geavis and Butthead (huh, huh. huh, eerr). 

If you're into creating your own tunes you'll love the instrument collection, as there are masses 
of them on the disc. There's also a collection of memorable clips from TV programs and films, 
including Robocop, the Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy and several cartoons. Most, if not aj ot 
the samples have been taken from the public domain and unfortunately the quality can veer from 
awful to acceptable However, if you don't mind a bit of noise here and some distortion there, or if 
you can't be bothered to grab your own, there's plenty to get your ears round on this CD-ROM. 
17 Bit, 1st Floor Offices, 2/8 Market Street, Wakefield, West Yorks WF1 1DH, 
Tel: 0924 366 982. Price: £19-99 plus 7Sp P + P. 




LightROM 

Produced specifically for 3D artists and Amiga UgktWave users, this disk is a must have. 
It's packed with objects, surface attributes, bump maps, textures and 3D objects for 
UghtWsve Imagine and Sculpt and Vista users (no support for flea/ 3D however), As seems 
to be the case with most CD-ROMs, there's plenty of rubbish among the good stuff Most 
ot the material on the disk, ranges from good to average,, and there are enough objects of 
reasonable quality to make up for the poorer ones. 

For Vista users the disc is also worth having as it contains a large library ot UbM Tiles 
i.Vista landscapes). Although mainly American they're still very useful. It'll certainly stay in 

my collection. „ ,.,.-. <n u 

17 Bit, 1*t Floor Office*, 2/B Market Street, Wakefield. Wa.it York* WF1 1DH. 

Tel: 0924 366 982. Price: £19.99 plus 76p P+P 




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Space and Astronomy 

If you're fascinated by space, this is the CD-ROM for you. Space and Astronomy contains 
masses of images and text files showing and describing the work of NASA, The pictures [all 
1 080 of them) show Earth, the planets, space ships, astronauts and other astronomical 
objects, whilst the text files include NASA news bulletins, press releases, and information 
regarding man's exploits in space since 1962, 

However it's not all as good as it sounds. For starters, like most other discs reviewed here 
it's PC orientated with an attempt made at Amiga compatibility As a result the image tiles are 
in GIF format so you'll need something UteAdPro, tm&geFXor Photogemcs to view them, 
Apparently there's a file viewer and keyword search program on the disk, but the drawer 
Amiga' wouldn't open on our systems so we couldn't test these out. However, if you ve got a 
program that will display GIF images, and want to read up on mankind's exploits in space, it s 
highly recommended. ,.,_„ „_,_, 

17 Bit, 1st Floor Offices, 2/8 Market Street. Wakefield, West Yorks WF1 1DM. 

Price: £19.99 plus 75p P+P. 





BCI NET 

Vet another collection of Amiga related material from the Internet, compiled in December, so it's 

fairly up to date. . . , _ __ _.. 

Well organised and well thought out, the disk is split into a collection of drawers - games, mul- 
timedia applications, demos, programming, diskmags and so on. Inside each of these are individ- 
ual programs (many of which have been compressed in LHA format), These can then be copied 
to a floppy or hard drive and decompressed for later use. A simple menu program allows you to 
move between drawers, view the files, copy them to other drives and unarchrve them, 

This disc is a good source of the latest Amiga Internet material for PD library owners, or any- 
one who wants the latest utilities. However, with it's mass of LHA compressed files, it s not really 
suitable for those who want an instantly available on-line source of utilities and programs^ 
Better Concepts Inc. 10 Mandon Terrace, New City, New York, 10956, USA. 
Tel: 0101 914 639 5095- Price: TBA. 











Professional Clipart & Fonts Vol 1 

Clipart and font collections are one of the most enduring types of CD-ROM. This one from PD 
Soft has been compiled from the public domain, 

The images are classified first by file type and then by sublet matter. The image file for- 
mats are EPS GIF JPG PCX and TIFF You'll need an image processor to convert them into in- 
formal for use with most other Amiga programs, The same largely applies to the fonts provid- 
ed Unless you own a font convenor you'll have a hard time using most of the type aces sup- 
plied There are some for ProDraw, ProPage and other standard Amiga programs, although the 
majority are Adobe Type 1 or True Type fonts. As for the quality, most of the images and fonts 
are good enough for sub 400dpi DTP work and on-screen presentations^ 
PD Soft, 1 Bryant Avenue, Southend- on -sea, Essex SSI 2YD. Tel: 01702 466933 
Price: £19.99 plus 75p P+R 





GoldFish Vol 1 



the 'fishy' sounding name {excuse the pun) Fred Fish is no cod-der (sorry did it 
again) he has been around a long time, pumping out good quality PD software. Goldfish Vol 
1 features the entire Fred Fish library from disks 1 to 1.000. 

The twin disc pack contains both archived and unarchived versions of every disk, wnich 
makes it suitable for both PD library owners and those wanting instant on-line access to the 
massive collection of FredFish utilities, programs, demos and games. 

In all it's reasonably well put together with a simple text search program for tracking 
down those elusive bits and pieces, Good value for money, If you're a fan of Fred Fish, then 
this collection is a dream come true. 

Epic Marketing, First Floor Offices. Victoria Centre. 133-139 Victoria Road. 
Swindon, Wilts. SN1 3BU. Teh 0793 490983. Price: £29.99 plus £1.00 P + P. 




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AG A demo 

AMIGA ^is^e is completely mad. off 
fichil'fl ls tro " e V- and a couple of 
U t nil U -a i rsf f os short of a sa f a ri park . 

1 The stars of the demo are a cou- 
ple of ostriches, who strut up 

' and down to some heavy rock, 
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ostriches, who are joined by a few of their 
friends for a digitised animation loop that 
accompanies the credits, 
Available from: 
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West Midlands WV 12 
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Do you remember 
when you used to 
have to press the 
mouse button to 
move onto the next 
pert of a demo? It's 
seems to have gone 
out of fashion now, 
but it was a good 
way of skipping the 
boring bits and 
savouring your 
favourite effects - 
It's frustrating to 
see some really 
good visuals pop 
up, and then disap- 
pear seconds later, I 
hereby request a 
return to that sys- 
tem. Please? 




AGA demo 

Roots is a one-disk demo that's packed with just my kind of 
stuff. We could fill a couple of pages with pictures from it, 
but unfortunately we don't have room for that! There are the 
super-smooth morphing tile patterns that spin in and out of 
the screen, the brilliant Rescue on Fractalus-style land- 
scapes, impressionist paintings, 3D morphing vector dots, 
weird chunky animations and more besides. You even get an 
excitable soundtrack with swearword samples - brilliant! Not 
to be missed by fans of demos and visual psychedelia. 
Available from: Freestyle PD, 108 
Wood side Way, Short Heath, 
Willenhall, West Midlands WV12 ^. , 

5NH. Tel: 01922 710985. Price: £1.50 
including P + R 







ALONE 

AGA demo 







There's a bloke, right, and he's smoking a 

ciggie It goes on for about 20 seconds in 

stylised digitised video. Is it crap, or is it 

art? Or is it crap art 7 

Available from: Freestyle PD, 108 

Wood side Way, Short Heath, Willenhall. 

West Midlands 

WV12 5NH. 

Tel: 01922 710985. 

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A Lnppy starfield riiuJ sunset 
►equence opens this three- 
•li:-,ki:r After that we're taken on 
a slow High! around an abstraci 
3D landscape, which is fol- 
lowed by a roflc.?ciiv« 3D cube, 
and some realtime shaded 3D 
dinosaurs. Then comes the inevitable Doom 
sequence, and the equally- inevitable (hut 
more pleasing to my eyes! tunnel sequence 
Chunky cube dusters are next, before ;a briel 
session of spinning atom bails. 

After an abrupt loading pause, it's on will 
the wihbly wobbly effects and music again. 
The plasma zoom is my fave, although cith- 
ers might go for the delicious colour wheel, 
morphing blob tunnel, or any of the other 
dozen or so indescribable visuals that pop 
up in quick succession. Lots of good siull tc 
please both the coders ami the spaceheads. 
Available from: Visage Computers, 
18 Station Road, 
Ilkeston; Derbyshire 
DE7 E>LD. Price: 
E4, 00 including Pi P 



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If you're one of those people 'on the scene' 
when it comes to demos, you'll go for this 
diskmag, as it's all about the gossip that 
goes on between the various demo groups. 
To anyone else, it will make no sense at all, 
but for a potted view of the current demo 
scene, it would be hard to beat, The writing 




is well up to scratch, and it's got a neat 

front end. 

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NEXUS 7 

AGA demo 

One of the best parts of 
Nexus 7 is the bit with the 
gourard-shaded blobs Th>; 
are like lumps of molten 
metal, spinning ground in 3l 
Also rating highly on the w 
o-meter are the plasma zooi 
and the motion-blurred bitn 
warp. If you want somethim 
bit cute, take a look at the 
realtime-generated angle- 
poise lamp, who jumps 
around a series of blocks look- 
ing surprisingly cuddly - it's 
true! Lots of other little visual 
bits rounri it off nicety 

Incidentally, this was the win- I , 

ner of The Party 94 demo competition, , 

Available from: Visage iers, 18 metB | 5pm „ mg 

Station Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 BLD, 
Price: £2.00 including P 



ZAXXON 

game 

Bignonia do pixel-perfect conversions of old 
Commodore 64 games. Zaxxon is their latest 
release, and it's well up to their usual stan- 
dards. For those who don't remember, Zaxxon 
is a right-to-left scrolling shoot 'em up with an 
isometric 3D viewpoint. There are two ver- 
sions on the disk, one for 512K Amigas, and 
another for Amigas with 1 Mb or more. Within 
each of these versions, you also get two 
options: original C64 graphics, or enhanced 
Amiga graphics. The C64 graphics are very 
simple and chunky, and the Amiga graphics 
aren't much better! Even so, if you liked the 
original, then this will keep you happy for a 
while, and it takes up hardly any room on a 
hard drive. Good fun, 
Available from: 17 Bit Software, 1st Floor 
Offices, 2/S Market 
Street, Wakefield, 
WestYorks WF1 1DH. 
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AG A demo 

Each time I dip 
into this month's 
PD selection, I 
seem to pull out 
a cracking 
demo! Prey 
kicks off with a 
spooky voxel 
landscape, fol- 
lowed by some mutating: slime. Once ihe 
decent Euro-tedhno soundtrack kicks in, 
we're treated to some extremely smooth rip- 
ple effects, tunnels and video feedback. You 
want more? How about the plasma, or the 
alternative tunnel routine? 1 
Available from; 17 Bit Software, 1st Floor 
Offices. 2/8 Market 
Street, Wakefield, 

West Yorks WF1 1DH. W M 1 

Disk no, 3518. Price; 
£2plus5Qp P+R 




THE LOST PRINCE 

game 

It's not often 
you gel a PD 
game that's 
had as much 
time spent 
on it as this. 
Okay, it's not 
exactly 
Monkey 

island 3. but it's still a surprisingly entertain- 
ing graphic adventure. The story revolves 
around prince who can't find his way back 
home On his way, he gets roped into a 
bunch of Robin Hood-style bandits, arc! 
finds himself rescuing a princess from the 
clutches of a dragon. 

Although the graphics are a bit shaky, 
there are plenty nice animation touches, and 
lots of opportunity to chat to the locals. The 
PD version reviewed here only comes on one 
disk, go it's not going to be very long before 
you reach the end, but you'll have plenty of 
fun getting there. A full licenceware version 
is also available. 

Available from: Ground 2ero Software, 4 
Chandos Road, 
Redland, Bristol BS6 
6PE. Tel. 0272 741642 
Disk no. CLG 48. Price: 
£3.50 including P + P- 





BLUES 

SYMPHONIES 

music disk 

Nine tracks are spread across two 
disks for this music compilation. 
Production quality is very high 
throughout, with the styles 
encompassing just about the 
entire 'non-techno' side of Amiga 
demo music, Within thetinkly, 
organ-plink-plonked format, there 
are examples of reggae, funk, jazz 
and the odd one or two that 
sound like home keyboard pre- 
sets. I'm trying not to let it show 
that I didn't actually like any of 
them - I'm not doing very well am 
I? If you think there should be 
more to Amiga music than raging 
techno beats, then get yourself 
a copy. 

Available from: Freestyle PD, 108 
Woodside Way, Short Heath, 
Willenhall, West Midlands WV12 
SNH. Tel: 
01922 
710905. 
Price: 
£2.50 
including 
P+R 




TWISTED 



AGA demo i 

Possibly the best yet I 

from those Polka 

Brothers. Twisted slaps you round the face with a 

moist haddock stuffed Full of smart new effects. 

What have we got then? Well there's the cartoon 

part, the simulated video wall that spews out a 

stream of random colours, the copperlist/plasma- 

style patterns, a storming tunnel (on a par with those 
iper Stardust}, the 30 vector zooms and pat- 
■ and loads of digitised animations. Although it 

comes on four disks, there's hardly any waiting time 

while it loads the sections. Tops. 

Available from 1 7 Bit Software, 

1st Floor Offices, 2/8 Market 

Street, Wakefield, West Yorks 

WF1 1DH. Disk no. 351S. 

Price: £4plus50p P-P 




A PACK OF FUN #1 3 

demo compilation/ diskmag 

The best thing about demo compilations is that the 
demos have to be very small in order to get them all onto 
one disk, This usually means that the visual effects are of 
the less memory-intensive kind, so you don't get long 
loading times and short animations, Instead, it's all real- 
time calculated plasma, zooms, voxel and fractal effects, 
which are really the best parts of most demos if you ask 
me. Unfortunately there isn't usually room for any decent 
sound samples, so the music tends to be 'chip" generat- 
ed - the stuff that sounds like a chorus of stylophones. 
The demos here are from Stellar, Polka Brothers, 
Complex, Passion and Fresh Prince, and most of them 
have something special on offer. 




The other half of this disk is a 
scene magazine, which features 
a report on the recent Party 94 
gathering among other bits 
and pieces- 
Available from: Freestyle PD, 108 
Woodside Way, Short Heath, 
Willenhall, West Midlands WV12 
5NH.Tel: 01922 710965. 
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ACCOUNTABILITY 2 

accounting system 



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Guide V1 didn't get a very warm reception 
when it was first released, but now it's been 
completely revamped for Version 2 and it's 
looking good . It is much more user friendly - 
there are now lots of example pictures, 
accompanied by easy-to-read text and hot- 
link keys for easy access around the system. 
Available from; Paul Moore, 62 Braeside 
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Glasgow G62 6NN, 
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If you need a simple accounts system, without 
all the complications of a big spreadsheet, then 
Account'ahitity fits the bill perfectly. All you do 
is input your incomings and your outgoings and 
you're sorted. 

Accountability is a sensible little program. 
It automatically assumes the date of the trans- 
action is the day you enter it (though this can 
be easily changed). In addition it has a little 
pop up calculator which is very handy indeed. 
It also has a basic graphing facility to give you 



a good pictorial repres' 
tation of what has gone 
on. The demo version 
reviewed here is limited 
to running two accounts 
and 30 entries. The full 
version can handle five 
accounts and 1,200 
entries and comes with 
tons of other software, 
ranging from accounts to 
games. 

All is not rosy in the 
garden sadly and there are 
a couple of disappoint- 
ments. Firstly the windows 
in the program cannot be 
moved, so if you create a 
graph or use the calculator 
you can't move them to 
see what is underneath 
them. Secondly there is 
no VAT option anywhere 
in sight, not even on the calculator. Apart from 
those problems, it's a fine little system espe- 
cially if you are after something easy to use, 

Available from: Jack Pritctiard. 5 Parklands 
Close. Gosport, Hampshi re PQ12 4XJ. 
Price: £1.50 including 
P ■ P for the demo 
version or £1 2 including 
P+P for the full 
version with extra 
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database program. It's extraordinarily 
easy to use, the options are simple yet 
reasonably powerful- There are some 
wonderful aspects lurking under the cov- 
ers too, like snARexx port. It uses the 
Amiga Clipboard so you can cut from it 
and paste to other programs, there's a 
modem dialler for comms users and 
plenty of other neat little features. 
a D8I.3 Ebo«rii|*ki(ii,!»ubaiL So what's the catch? Well, unfortu- 

nately it is not as good to set up a* it could have been. The reason for this 
hullabaloo is that to define a database of your own you must create some- 
thing called an RFF file. It means going into the Shell and almost program- 
ming the database It's a big flaw in what is otherwise a good utility. If you 
are quite happy with Shell and simple programming, this may not be a 
major problem. 

In contrast, the other bits on this disk are quite fun. There's DoAIIData, 
a little icon which sits on your Workbench and when you drop a file onto 
it, it 'does' the file. In other words, if you drop a picture onto it. DoAIIData 
will display the picture. The same goes for sound files. LHA archives and 
many others. 

Then there's BootPic. which displays the picture of your choice while 
your Amiga is booting. Lastly there's Backpack, a collection of 
Workbench backdrops and a high resolution mouse pointer. It's almost 
worth getting the disk for this alone. Most of the backdrops are a bit 
cheesy but there's one called Letters which is an 
absolute beauty 

Available from: Saddle Tramps PD„ 1 Lower Mill 
Close, Goldthorpe, South Yorkshire S63 9BY. 
Telephone: 01709 838 127. Price: 95p plus 50p P+Rl 



COLOUR MATHS 

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Ah, another educational disk which 
means I have to turn the house over 
to those little darling nephews. 
Grrrrrrr. Colour Maths is a simple idea 
that works quite well. The sprogs are 
presented with several colour-by- 
numbers screens. 

Each bit of the screen to he 
coloured in has either some dots in 
or a maths problem. It's definitely a 
parental supervision kind of program, 
but one that has the advantage of 
being written by a school headmaster 
who had plenty of opportunity lo test 
it. Tbe screens are plain at first, becoming a riot of colour pretty quick- 
ly. There are plenty of screens to be coloured in, and it covers all the 
basic maths skills, 

However, there were three worries. The first is a niggling one but 
important where small children are involved. You have to click on the 
numbers themselves rather than anywhere in their block, It frustrated 
the hell out of the sample four year old, who has enough problems 
with the mouse as it is, The second is sticky fingers on the screen, 
The third is the most worrying of the lot. My eleven year old nephew 
got really stuck on some screens. It was his education that was the 
problem not his intelligence, 

Recommended if you are at all worried about 
your children's maths ability. Available from: Fl 
Licenseware, 31 Wellington Road, Exeter, Devon 
EX2 9DU. Tel: 0392 493580. Price: £3.99 includ- 
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1 1 was ihe kind of cover disk that goes down in ihe annals of historv- In years to 

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now you'll have 10 make do with Andy Leaning's tutorial. 

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supplied over the last few months 

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Accelerators are the subject of this month's frequently asked questions, ss 

answered by the all-knowing John Kennedy 

MASTERCLASS 144 + 

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SOUND LAB 1 40 » 

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The Internet backlash is in full swing. First it gets hammered in Backchat and now 
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March 1995 

If you've got one 
of CU Amiga 
Magazine's 
recent cover 
disks then this is 
the place to be. 
We've got in- 
depth tutorials 
to help you get 
the most out of 
ProCalc, 
Directory Opus, 
X-CAD and more. 
These pages are 
just oozing with 
tips, tricks and 
facts to help you 
exploit and get 
the most from 
your Amiga. 
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Tony Horgan's 
Sound Lab (by 
John Kennedy 
this month) with 
an introduction 
to MIDI record- 
ing, a guide to 
hooking up your 
Amiga to PC 
monitors, and a 
bundle of techni- 
cal problems 
solved in the 
ever-pop u I a r 
Q+A section. 






AMIGA 



Directory Opus 



COur in-depth tutorial to last 
issue's Directory Opus 4 
cover disk gets underway 
as Andy Leaning looks at 
configuring the program, hard drive 
installation and more. 




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its strongest aspects is 
its conftg urability. You 
can easily change it to 
suit your exact requirements. 
For example, my version of 
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presses and decompresses DMS 
archive files at the touch of a but- 
ton. This makes it very easy for me 
to test and check our cover disks 
I've also doctored it to automatical- 
ly call up the Work: partition of the 
hard drive in the left hand window 
and the RAM : disk in the right 
hand window as soon as it loads, 
New file types have been added so 
it can decompress ZIP files, I've 
also created a massive set of 
ARexx macros to interact with 
other programs and carry out 
repetitive tasks. 



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This is all possible thanks to 
the program's powerful 
configuration capabilities. DOpus 
can also be changed in far more 
subtle ways, 

For instance, to change the 
default paths for the source and 
destination windows, dick on the 
'Configure' option under the 
'Project' menu. All being well you'll 
now see a window with a column 
of buttons down the left, hand side. 
Each button allows you to change 
a particular aspect of the program. 
You could change the action of the 
main buttons, or the result of dou- 
ble clicking on a file, Then again, 
you might want to alter the colours 
and size of the various gadgets. 

Change 

In our case we want to change the 
default paths [the two drives or 
directories that automatically 



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In last month's tutorial we showed 
how to use the major functions of 
Directory Opus, such as copying 
and deleting files, creating directo- 1 
ries and so on. However, due to 
space limitations we weren't able to cover all the buttons. 

The Comment button allows you to add a descriptive text to files. 
Highlighting a file name and clicking on the 'Comment' buttons 
allows you to enter this comment. To see the description text for a 
file, use the scroll bar beneath the file listing window. Scroll past the 
creation date, and you'll then find the comment, 

The question mark. "EFCIQ' buttons at the bottom right of the 
main screen call up the Help, DOS error code analysis, File filter, and 
Configure options respectively, The T button allows you to iconify 
DOpus, ie return to the main Workbench screen, with the program 
shown only as a small window. Click once over this window with the 
right mouse button to reactivate Opus. J Q' quits the program. 
The remaining buttons will be covered in next month's tutorial. 



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appear when you first load Opusl, 
50 click on the "System' button. 
The window will now change to 
display a different set of choices. 
Click on 'Startup' and you'll see, in 
the right hand side of the window, 
various settings that determine 
which directories and ARexx 
macros DOpus will read and exe- 
cute upon loading up, This is how 
the whole configuration system 
works. Click on the button to 
determine which aspect of the pro- 



gram you want to change, and 
select subsequent buttons accord- 
ingly. Each button narrows down 
the available choices. 

We are now presented with 
two lines showing the current 
startup directories. Selecting the 
magnifying glass icon will allow us 
to chose the directory with 3 stran 
dard Amiga requester. A quicker 
way is to type in the path. Enter 
'DFQ:' on the keyboard and press 
'Return'. In the bottom left of the 



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INSTALLING ONTO 
A HARD DRIVE 

Installing DOpus on your hard drive is remarkably simple. It's made 
even, easier because we don't need to faff around much with the 
Shell. Instead we can use DOpus itself. Follow the simple 
Instructions below and before you know it the program will be 
happily sitting on vour hard drive, Once you've done that, you'll start 
to appreciate how much easier it is to use DOpus than Workbench 
and the Shell 

1 . Load DOpus as normal. 

2. Click once on the right hand window and Click on the button 
labelled 'DFQ:' in the bottom left of the screen. 

3. Assign the left window to the directory on your hard drive where 
want to put the DOpus program. You can do this by clicking once on 
the line labelled Work:' shown in the picture above, and typing in the 
path. We recommend you type in 'Work:' or whatever your hard 
drive is called. 

4. Click on the 'Makedir' button to create a drawer/directory with a 
name of "DOPUS" and then double click on this directory. 

5. Now copy the contents of the DOpus disk to the directory you 
just created - highlight ail the files in the right window and click on 
the 'Copy' button. 

6. Change the left window to 'S¥S:libs' and the right window to 
'DFO; Libs'. 

7: In the right window click once on the file "DOPUS. library' and 

select the button labelled 'Copy'. 

8. Quit the program and run the Shell. 

9 Type in 'ECHO "ASSIGN DOPUS: WORK: DOPUS" » 

sysjs^uscr-slartup' and press return. Type in everything within the 

single quotes, including the double quotes. This will add an ASSIGN 

to your 'user-startup' sequence. 

Now reboot your Amiga, load last month's excellent cover disk from 

the icon on your hard drive and give yourself a good round of 

applause. You've just installed DOpus. 



screen you'll see a button labelled 
'Okay' - click on this. If you 
weren't happy with your choice 
click on 'Cancel'. The buttons will 
now change to their status prior to 
when we clicked on 'System' To 
permanently save our changes 
click on 'Save' and then 'Okay'. 

Quit DOpus and reload it. 
Assuming you followed the previ- 
ous instructions, the left hand 
window will now show the con- 
tents of DFO:' rather than trying to 



read the hard drive. Try experi- 
menting by making some more 
changes. Next month we'll look at 
datatypes, hopefully buttons and 
some of the other configuration 
options in more detail . We'll also 
have a little DOpus surprise from 
the author of the program on the 
cover disk. Plus, we hope to have 
a full review of the new version 
of DOpus. All this and more in 
the March issue of CU Amiga 
Magazine, ■ 



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Comic Setter. HyperCache and most recently DOpus, We 
hope you ware able to get the most out of them. If how* 
ever you experienced any problems you might find the 
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lems. To install it 
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If you want to cache the hard drive typo the above lines in but 
change "DFO" to "HDO" or the name of your hard drive. You can also 
k~ache a CD-ROM drive by changing the reference of 'DFO' to 'COO', 
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to change DFO io HDO for a hard drive 

Note: If you're running this on an A 1200. A4000 or any other 
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hove a hard drive. 
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requester 
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Video Ideas 

SPECIAL EFFECTS 



There's a bit of Steven 
Spielberg in all of us 
(ooh, what a horrible 
thought). Tony Horgan 
has some ideas to help 
unleash the sci-fi film 
director that lurks within. 

Of you've ever wanted to make your 
own version of Star Trek, Doctor 
Who or Red Dwarf, there's never 
been a better time. With prices of 
camcorders, genlocks, digitisers 
and graphics software dropping to all time 
lows, you don't need to be filthy rich to have a 
go. Most of the special effects and tricks in this 
tutorial will only need a modest home video 
setup, consisting of your Amiga, a video digitis- 
er, a camcorder and a genlock. Take a look at 
the "What you'll need" panel for more informa- 
tion on the kit. 

The effects covered are designed to be 
added to video footage with a genlock. Using 
your Amiga to generate special effects is often 
a lot easier than actually mocking up the 
effects for real when you're filming.. How else 
could you blow up you'' own house, or explode 
your mate's head with a photon torpedo? 

Anti-Aliasing 

If you want your computer generated effects to 



be convincing, you'll need to get them to blend 
into the video without looking like something 
you've added over the top, This involves anti- 
aliasing. Anti-aliasing is when you smooth the 
edges of your graphics by subtly fading the bor- 
ders into the background colour. 

Let's say that you've got a scene you shot on 
a beach, with the sea as a backdrop. You then 
go home, load up DPaint, and start creating the 
Special effects to lay over the top. DPaint will 
boot up with a black background but r as we all 
know, this will be transparent when you con- 
nect it to a genlock, so it makes no difference 
what colour it is, right? Well it does in this case, 
because if you use anti-aliasing with a black 
screen, all of your graphics will develop a thin 
black edge around them. When this is overlaid 
on your footage "from the beach, the black 
edges will have the adverse effect of making 
the graphics look even more detached from the 
sea and sky-coloured background of the video. 
The answer is either not to use anti-aliasing at 
all, or to change the background screen within 
DPaint to the same colour as the background 
on the video tape. The exploding house 
sequence below is an example of what can 
happen when anti-aliasing is nor used properly I 

Wipes and Fades 

Generating your own wipe and fade effects can 
add an original angle to your productions. 
Simple animations can be created with DPaint 
or Brilliance and used to cut between different 
scenes. Select a 2 colour overscanned screen 
mode, and a black and white palette, with black 
as the foreground and white as the background. 



Blow your house up 

Ah, the old "house blowing up" trick. If your 
Special home edition of Dr Who Is turning out to 
be more like an episode of Coronation Street, 
try this classic attention grabber. In frame num- 
ber one, we see the house. Perhaps someone 
has just entered il. or more likely, someone has 
just come bolting out of the front door. 

Rather than try to be too ambitious, and have 
all of the windows blowing out with flames and 



smoke {which would be very difficult to do). I've 
opted for a simpler illusion. The explosion ani- 
mation is actually 1 frames in length (edited 
dawn here to fit an the page}, The explosion 
fireball was grabbed from a single frame of 
video recorded from the TV The fireball was cut 
out of the grab, and saved as a brush using 
DPufnt. With the help of DP&infs Move 
requester, the fireball was then expanded, and 



What you'll need 

— pi Not all of these items are 
Ja |^^ essential, but obviously the 
£ Bk more you've got. the more 

B I scope you have. 

^■^^ Amiga - the Al 200 and 

A4000 are favourites here for 
their superior graphics and speed, but earlier 
Amigas are still very capable machines. 

Animation software - Deluxe Paint and 

Britftance are both recommended. Check ads 
in this magazine for the best price. 

Camcorder - this is essential if you want to 
record your own footage. 

Genlock - a genlock lets you mix your com- 
puter graphics and video together in a spe- 
cial way. Instead of just performing a fade 
between two pictures, a genlock overlays 
the graphics on the video picture. The video 
picture shows through the parts of the 
graphics that are drawn in the transparent 
" background" colour. 

Video digitizer - this will let you grab still 

frames or animations into the computer for 
manipulation with your graphics and anima- 
tion software Prices start at £129.95 for the 
ProGrab24 {rated at 86% in the January 95 
issue of CU Amiga). 

VCR - a VHS video recorder will allow you to 
record the resultant mix of your video 
footage and computer graphics. Remember, 
a camcorder cannot playback and record 
simultaneously, 

Chroma key - while a genlock will overlay 
graphics onto a video picture, a 
ehromakey can put parts of a video picture 
on top of computer graphics (or any Other 
video signal). 



slightly twisted through 10 frames. Some 
pixelisation can occur when expanding graphics 
to this degree, but this can be corrected using 
DPaint's Smear, Blend and Smooth modes to 
iron out the jagged edges. 

If the animation is played back fast enough, 
and a quick cut to another shot is used directly 
after the explosion reaches its peak, this can be 
a very effective trick. 







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Spontaneous Combustion 



Computer pyrotechnics aren't just limited to 
txowing up houses. In this sequence, ex-CU 
Amiga Magazine Games Editor Tony Dillon finds 
his head bursting intoflames. 

Using a similar technique to the previous 
example, a freeze frame of the video tape is 
grabbed into the Amiga, and used as the basis 
for the flaming head animation, which was creat- 
ed in Briiisance Okay, so it's not exactly Star 



Wars quality, but that's only down to my own 
lack of artistic talent! 

In scenes like this, it's important to use a fixed 
camera position for the whole shot. If you 
jumped from the video footage to the digitised 
animation sequence in the middle of a lert-to- 
righ! pan for example, the cut would be very 
obvious, as the background would suddenly stop 
dead in its tracks, You should also pay attention 



to any movement that might occur in the back- 
ground. If this was to be used in a proper produc- 
tion, the presence of Andy Leaning in the back- 
ground could have been a problem, as he would 
no-doubt have been moving slightly during the 
video footage, before freezing up during the ani- 
mation sequence. Then again, he looks like he's 
just keeled over and passed out anyway so 
maybe we could get away with this one. 




To create the effect Of cutting from a black 
screen to a video picture, start by filling the first 
animation frame completely with black. Now 
you can gradually remove all the black in subse- 
quent frames, in hundreds of different ways. 
When (his animation is overlaid onto video with 
a genlock, the video picture will be revealed as 
the black part of the graphics is removed. Try 
using using different techniques, such as rub- 
bing out areas by hand, or create a sequence of 
tiled fill effects that uses progressively less of 
the foreground colour. These wipes can be used 
to bridge the gap between screens of credits or 
titles and the video footage. Alternatively, you 
can use them as effects between two scenes, 
like the little patterns they used to have in 
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If a decent monitor is what you really need then 
Andre Digard has some good advice. 



Onv time I open a PC magazine the 
pages always seem to be dripping 
with bargains - the sort of hardware 
I want is lined up in ad after act at 
dirt cheap prices. With the absence 
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tors available is especially attractive, but you do 
have to know what you are looking for if you're 
going to invest in one. 

There are some really important factors to 
watch out for when buying 3 PC monitor for 
your Amiga. Buying the wrong sort can be fatal 
- particularly for the monitor. 

In order to choose the right one you only 
need know a few technical terms (it doesn't 



really matter whether you really understand 
them or not, you just need to make sure your 
monitor conforms to them) and have enough 
persistence to track down a good bargain. 

The kind of monitor that is most useful is 
called a 'multi-scan. If you have an AG A Amiga, 
ie an A 1200 or A4000 r then this kind of monitor 
is essential if you want to get the best out of 
your machine's advanced graphics capabilities. 
Other monitors will work but they won't show 
all the screen resolutions your Amiga is capable 
of generating. 

Everybody Hertz 

There are two key factors to consider in finding 
a monitor to suit your Amiga, and they both 



Monitors which work with the A1 200 and A4000 



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then it might be best to awid these monitors. The reason tor their inclusion in this list is thai they are all fairly com- 
mon monitors wbicb regularly pop up in classified adverts and second hand d&alers.This list is far from exhaustive. 
Call your nearest dealer and ask him to check his supplier for monitors which fit the description. They should be 
able to find quite a few. though it may take some effort on their part. 




relate to technical capabilities of the monitor; 
its horizontal scan rates and its vertical scan 
rates. These determine the amount of flicker 
and the resolutions you can see. The higher trie 
vertical frequency (measured in Hz or Hertz! the 
less flicker while the horizontal frequency (mea- 
sured in KHz or Kilo-Hertz) determines how high 
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Amiga resolutions require horizontal scan rates 
of around 15KHz, whilst higher modes 
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Amiga's output. 

An AG A Amiga produces horizontal scan 
rates of between 15 KHz and 3QKHz: its vertical 
scan rate being between 48Hz and 73Hz. 
Although monitors which can produce some of 
the frequencies in this range will work, they 
won't handle all of the graphics modes your 
Amiga is capable of. Remember, low res modes 
are just as important as high res. especially if 
you play a lot of games. 

However there is no point spending extra on 
a monitor which has scan rates that are much 
higher than those your Amiga can output. Try to 
match the monitor to the machine. 

The final problem is connecting the monitor 
to your Amiga, but thankfully, nothing could be 
easier, although it does add a little to the cost 
of your purchase. A PC monitor has a narrow 
input with three rows of pins. In order to con- 
nect the wide, two row, 23 pin Amiga RGB 
cable to it you'll need an adaptor, The most 
readily available one is from Power Computing 
and retails at El 5. 

You can get PC monitors from a variety of 
sources, including mail order, high street retail- 
ers and used or reconditioned machine dealers: 
Remember, PCs have usually been supplied 
complete with monitors for the last few years 
so there should be no shortage of VGA moni- 
tors around. Another source of bargains are 
monitors which are being deleted from 
companies' current lists. 

One extra thing to remember is that none of 
these kind of monitors have speakers so you 
will need to use an existing Hi-Fi or buy a new 
set of computer speakers. Check out our round 
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TUTORIAL 



ProCalc 



Continuing the tutorial on 
our November cover disk, 
Andy Leaning takes a look 
at functions. 




©y now you should be 
able to enter data into 
PraCalc, edit it, change 
formats and create 
graphs. Now if s time 
to start using formulas and other 
types of cell content. 

Ceils can contain three types of 
data: fixed numbers (numeric con- 
stants,, a formula or a label. We've 
already looked at labels before - 
they're just text. Labels can contain 
any combination of text, numbers 
or punctuation, but they mustn't 
start with either an equal sign or a 
number. So you could have 
'Andy 100' Or TonyZ' but not '2Tony' 
or '-Smith'. 

The reason for this is that any 
cell content starting with a number 
is taken to be a numeric constant. 
These ace cells that contain nothing 
but numbers, upon which other cal- 
culations are performed. In the 
process of the calculation they 
don't change, although you can 
change them at any time, Don't 
worry If you need to have a cell 
that starts with a number or equals 
sign. Simply add an apostrophe to 
the front of the cell contents, This 
tells ProCalc that the following 
should be treated as text. 

Cell contents starting with an 
equal sign tell ProCafc that the cell is 
a formula. A formula is a combina- 
tion of numbers, numeric and 
Boolean expressions, cell references 
and functions. We'll explain exactly 
what these mean, as their correct 
definition is often misunderstood. 
Numeric expressions can con- 
tain numbers, mathematical sym- 
bols, operators or numeric func- 
tions. Numbers are obvious (100, 
10, 1, etc). Mathematical symbols 
are things such as addition, sub- 
traction and multiplications signs 
(+,-,* A and numeric functions are 
combination of these two, 
Operators compare two values and 
return a value Of TRUE or FALSE, 
Using other functions you can 
check the returned value and act 



accordingly. The operators avail- 
able are equals '=', greater than 
'>', less than '<*. greater than or 
equal to ">=*', less than or equal to 
'<='and finally not equal to '<>*. 

rf you wanted to find which of 
two cells contained the lower value, 
you'd use the following: If 
( A1 > A2 . A 1 . A2). This uses the 'IF 
function to carry out a test, and then 
respond with one of two alternatives 
if the answer is TRUE or FALSE. So it 
asks if cell A1 is bigger than cell A2, 
if so return A1, if not A2. 

To try this out, enter 20 in Al 
and 30 in Bl. In cell A3 enter 
' = if{A1>Bl .Al.Bl)' and press 
Return. You should now see 30 
appear in cell A3. This is because 
cell Al (20) is not greater than the 
number contained in Bl 130) so 
cell B1 is returned (displayed), If 
you reverse the contents of Al 
and B 1 , 20 will be displayed in A3. 

Try this, and also try changing 
the greater than symbol with less 
than and equals to get a feel for 
how these work. Take a look at the 
screen below left for an example 
of this. Understanding the concept 
behind Boolean operators, the dif- 
ference between functions (try out 
the SUM function covered previ- 
ously), labels and text is vital 
before we can move on. 

Next month, we'll create some 
useful spreadsheets and show 
how to use functions, ■ 



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^—- Enter a mathematical expression into a cell and 

jO fl^ ProCalc will figure out and display the return. Try this 
Ju B9k out by typing in 2+2 in Al, and pressing return. The 
EH IjB I figure 4 should now appear. 

^Li^r Now try typing in 2+2*3. then type in(2+2)*3in 
^^^ another cell. You'll see two different result. What's 
going on? In the first example it multiplies 2 by 3 (resulting in 6) and 
then adds this to 2. giving 8, In the second example it first adds 2 and 
2, and then multiplies the result by 3. 

This happens because ProCak follows mathematical precedence. 
This means that it calculates computations using operator priority (so 
it will perform multiplications first then additions) rather than the order 
in which they are typed. This works on the basis that calculations in 
brackets are done first, then calculations involving divide and multiply, 
and finally add and subtract In our example above it find the brackets 
and performs the sums inside, before moving onto the multiply. 
Always remember this when entering calculations, otherwise 
you'll end up with spreadsheets that are completely wrong. And, if 
you've got cell references in your sums these errors can be very diffi- 
cult to spot. 







Tutorial 






The last two 
months have 
built up your 
drawing skills, 
this month Andre 
Digard covers 
more advanced 




techniques. 



PRINTING TRICKS 
AND UPS 



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X-C AD has two frus- 
trating features for 
those of u* stuck 
with an ordinary 
printer; firstly It expects 
your printer to be able to 
handle paper as big as the 
sheets, you create, and 
secondly It will only print 
properly with ■ plotter. 

Here are the solutions: 
On Fred Fish disk number 
3 73. avai labia from most 
good PO suppliers, la a really 
handy program called "PLT;" 
which makes your printer 

pretend to be a platter. 
Once you have PIT! in place,, 
you can create sheet* in 
X-CAD up to the siie your 
printer can handle {e.g. most 
printers are A4 vertical) and 

use viewports to put the cor- 
rect dimensioning on your 
drawings {see tutorial 3 on 

the opposite panel. 

If you already have draw- 
ings which are created for a 
paper alee too big to fit, turn 
the drawing into a symbol 
using the CREATE SYMBOL 
option. You can then use 
DRAW SYMBOL SCALE to re- 
sile the drawing to fit onto a 
smaller sheet. Again, use a 
viewport to make your 
dimensions the correct siie. 









Ohe techniques shown 
in this tutorial should 
be of use to anyone 
using X-CAD. 
However, as with all 
of the previous tutorials, I highly 
recommend that you follow them 
on-screen rather than just reading 
them. Actually doing the tutorial 
will help you sain a finer under- 
standing of X-CAD and will also 
show up any pitfalls. The more 
you use the program, the better 
your skills will become. 

In this tutorial you'll find that the 
drawing of the house from the first 
installment is used to demonstrate 
the functions described. It is just 
as useful to use any drawings you 
have created yourself. If you are 
having! problems with a particular 
function then save your drawing 
and experiment. Often you'll find 
the problem is something minor 
Nike my most common one: forget- 
ting to click on NEXT). 



TUTORIAL 1 



This month we'll start off with 
something a little abstract: using 



X-CAD to design and draw signs. 
There are all kinds of programs 
which are better than X-CAD for 
doing such things, hut X-CAD cer- 
tainly has its advantages, not feast 
of which is that the signs produced 
should have a very professional 
look to them. 

For this tutorial I've drawn the 
sort of sign you might expect to 
find in a hotel. The drawing was 
produced using RECTANGLES. 
CIRCLES, FILLET and then DRAW 
POLYGON to fill it in. The screen 
and knobs on the television were 
left blank by using CHAINLOC 
from the LOCATION menu 
(remember to use NEXT between 
each CHAINLOC). Drawing the TV 
as shown here should only take a 
few minutes, and then you can try 
something sneaky. 

One thing you'll find using a 
design program to produce signs, 
is that the default lines are all thin. 
However, X-CAD has a great little 
feature which allows you to pro- 
duce lines of any thickness. The 
command is hidden away in the 
EDIT menu and even then it isn't 
obvious. It's called CHANGE FONT. 
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fonts of the textual kind -the com- 
mand won't even work on X-CAD' s 
own text. The command can be 
used in several ways so here's a lit- 
tle break down: 

CHANGE FONT STYLE - X-CAD 
has 16 different line styles, 0-1 5. 
Try experimenting with them. 

WEIGHT - This increases the thick- 
ness of a line on screen only. 

WIDTH - This is the big one. You 
enter the width (in current units) of 
the line. You can then choose to 
have the line FILLED, 

The- results from a standard 
CHANGE FONT can be seen in 
action in Figures 1 to 4, I suggest 
that you use this feature sparingly 
as it can produce unusual looking 
drawings. Remember that 
making a slightly smaller copy of a 
drawing using MO-COPY SCALE. 
and then filling it using DRAW 
POLYGON with the CHAINLOC 
option is likely to produce far 
better results. 



TUTORIAL 2 



Next up is dimensioning. After all. 
what is a CAD program without the 
ability to add the dimensions? For 
the purpose of showing X-CAD's 
abilities on this front I have used 
the isometric drawing from the first 
tutorial. The DRAW DIMENSION 
command in. X-CAD is probably the 
most complex feature there is. 
Fear not though, it may seem com- 
plex but it's quite easy to use as 
it's very logical. 

The most important thing to do 
first when drawing dimensions, is 
to set up a suitable grid size so that 
points can be placed accurately. 

Select DRAW DIMENSION from 
the DIMENSION menu and you are 
presented with the staggering pop- 
up menu shown in Figure 6. 
Thankfully the options are easy 
enough to get to grips with. Most 
of it is an amalgamation of the 
DRAW LABEL and DRAW TEXT 
commands. 

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TYPE- This refers to X-CAD'S ability 
to measure several different sorts 

of things, The? TYPE options are; 

HORIZONTAL - The distance 
dimensioned is horizontal only 
VERTICAL- The distance dimen- 
sioned is vertical only. 
LINEAR -The distance dimen 
sioned can be at any angle. 
ANGULAR - Dimensions the angle 
between two points from an origin. 
DIAMETRIC - Dimensions the 
diameter of a circle or arc. 
RADIAL - Dimensions the radius of 
a circle or arc. 

In the drawing of the house we 
need to use LINEAR for most of 
the dimensions as most of the 
lines are at 30 degrees. 
In the figures shown on these 
pages you might have noticed that 
the arrows used in the dimensions 
are all solid. This is done by select- 
ing the D1MPARAMS option fol- 
lowed by ARROWHEAD and 
FILLED, Try experimenting with 
different arrowheads to find which 
suits you best. 

Next comes the essential bit: 
drawing the actual dimension 
itself. Vou must click four times 
when using HORIZONTAL, VERTI- 
CAL and LINEAR, each click being 
as follows: 

(!) The point you want to measure 
from, (ii) The point you want to mea- 
sure to. (Nip A point which you want 
the dimensioning line to pass 
through, (iv) The point where you 
want the text to start, You must click 
on all four for DIMENSION to work. 

Remembering that X-CAD calcu- 
lates angles anti-clockwise starting 
from the "three o'clock" position, 
ANGULAR dimensions need the 
following points: 

li) The origin you want the angle 
measured from, (ii) The point to be 
measured from which is most anti- 
clockwise from the origin. 4 iii> The 
point ta be measured to which is 
most clockwise from the origin, 
(iv) A point which the dimensioning 
line should run through, (v) The 
point where the text should start, 

All five points must be clicked 
on for it to work. 



DIAMETER dimensioning is done 
with three clicks: 

(i) Select the circle to be dimen- 
sioned, (ii) Click on the point you 
want the dimensioning line to run 
through, (iii) Click on the point 
where you want the text to be. 

If you leave out the third click, 
the dimension text will be placed 
with the line. RADIAL dimensioning 
works in the same way as DIAME- 
TFR. And that's dimensioning. All 
that huge menu for something that 
turns out to be really easy. 



TUTORIAL 3 



Next up comes something a little 
more esoteric called VIEWPORTS. 
Again they're quite simple to under- 
stand but the lead up can seem a 
little daunting. A viewport gets rid 
of certain problems. I'll assume for 
a few moments that you have 
drawn a Moor plan tee the one in 
the X-CAD Tutorial book we gave 
away with the December issue 
That was drawn with everything in 
real size ie - the paper size was the 
same sije as a real bathroom, in 
this case ten metres by ten metres. 
Not too many people have printers 
that big. 

So, X-CAD has a handy solution to 
this problem. What you do is define 
a sheet that is small enough for 
your printer to handle and then 
open a viewport, The viewport acts 
as though the A4 sheet you just 
defined is actually several times big- 
ger or smaller than it really is. Try 
this: 

Assuming that you still have the 
drawing of the house as shown earli- 
er (you can use any drawing if you 
really want to), you might notice 
some useful things about it. Firstly 
it's drawn on a reasonable sized 
piece of paper, in this case A3, and 
secondly it works very well to 
assume that it is 1:100 scale. 

Make sure you can see the 
whole picture (ZOOM ALL), Then 
select a suitable grid, preferably 
one the same sire as that used to 
create the drawing. The tutorial pic- 
ture was created using a 5mm iso- 
metric grid. Then from the VIEW 
menu, select DEFINE VIEWPORT. 



You need to give the viewport a 
name so ... 

Click on NAME and then either 
use the on screen keyboard or type 
in a name Such as FULLSlZE (you 
can use any name you like). 

You don't have to, but in this 
case we will enter the required 
scale. Click on SCALE and enter 
1 00 (followed by a space). 

You can change the units of 
measurement by clicking on 
UNITS followed by the type of 
units you want to use. 

Then comes a fork in the road. 
You can either enter the dimensions 
ol the viewport manually or you can 
do it visually with the mouse. 

To do it manually, click on CUS- 
TOM and enter the size you want 
the viewport to be. This is impor- 
tant. It should be in the current 
units, For example, the house 
shown in Figure 5 is drawn on an 
A3 sheet which is 420mm in width. 
To create a viewport 100 times big- 
ger the viewport must be 
42000mm or 42 metres wide, The 
origin should normally be set at 
0,0. Then click on ACTION and 
click on the point where you want 
the bottom left hand of the view- 
port to be. 

To use the mouse method, dick 
on ACTION and draw a window 
around the area you want to work 
on (in this case the house). X-CAD 
will then ask you for the origin, I sug- 
gest that you just press RETURN as 
this will set the origin to 0,0. 

Deselect any grid you have on 
by using ECHO GRID ALL OFF 
from the DISPLAY menu. Then use 
SELECT VIEWPORT from the VIEW 
menu to activate the viewport you 
have created. 

There are several things to take 
notice of when using a viewport. 
Chief among them is that anything 
you draw belongs to that 
viewport. If you delete the view- 
port, you delete whatever you have 
put in it. Be careful I You should 
also have noticed that this is the 
perfect way of working on scale 
drawings. Any dimensions you 
enter are entered as the viewport's 
size, not the size of the sheet. You 
can have up to 31 viewports, all ot 
different sizes and scales if you so 



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the sheet you are working on. you 
can create a viewport as big as 
your drawing. 

That's it for this tutorial, Take 
special notice of the Printing Tricks 
and Tips. Happy designing! ■ 



TUTORIAL 




By mutating the clip art we've given 
away for January's ComioSetter 
cover disk a whole new world 
of possibilities is opened up, 
Peter Lee demonstrates. 



Oou don't have to be lazy 
to take short cuts - just 
sensible, which is why 
we included plenty of 
clip art with our 
ComicSeWer cover disk, The beauty 
of it is that you can use any of this 
dip art with other graphics programs, 
and this will allow you to manipulate 
and expand your library. 

This month's tutorial leapfrogs 
the CQmtcSatt&r program - after all, 
the free manual was pretty com- 
prehensive, wasn't it? We're focus- 
ing on ideas and techniques that 
use the treasure-trove of images 
supplied, moulding them to spec- 
ific needs. 

• Tutorial 1 

Our first example mimics 3 
schlock-horror movie poster of the 
50s; it uses three clipart images, 



and DPainfs Transparency feature. 
Oh, and there's a spot of drawing 
for us to do too - it wouldn't be 
much fun otherwise. 

Load in the Space2 background. 
Switch to the spare screen (press 
key j) and load in the image 
MALE/MED AND CLOSEUP , 
Choose whichever of the two faces 
you like, and out it out as a brush 
Switch back to the main drawing 
screen (j again) and place the 
image at the top right 

The beams travelling from the 
eyes use DPainfs Translucency. 
Select white as your drawing 
colour, and from the 
Effect/Trsnslucency pull-down 
menu, set Translucency On. Using 
the freehand filled polygon tool, 
draw out two long triangular 
shapes, beginning at the eyes, 
across to the left of the image (see 



ASPECT RATIO 

_^ The clip-art supplied suppltod with CoffiicSotter HUM 

jflB^ as NTSC screen-* iiod image* chock-full of different 
jQ p.,-. poses , They're in 1fi»colour high res mode, which is ■ 
*^B^B | bit flaky really, because at 640 n 256 pixels, the image 
^B^F ratio is more than 200*A> wider than it i* deep (the pis- 
■I* are not square, but shaped like tall oblongs). 

This only becomes a problem when you start rotating brushes 
clipped from the Hereon. Ybu can flip hariiontnlly or vertically, hut if 
you rotate the clips, the disproportion has strange effects. Wmi 
could of course convert the images to low res, then haluo their 
length, but you lose so much detail from what are really crisp and 
fine images to start with, that there seams little point. 

Taking stock of our selection, we've got lets of images of body 
parts from male models with bulging pecs, some lumpy space 
costumes.and a few decant sited head shots, Oh, and some really 
nice, offbeat backgrounds, We'll take these ingredients, mix 
them with DPein t and see what develops ... I think you'll be 
pleasantly surprised. 

The 16 colours used In the clipart are not really good enough for 

even the barest of effects in DPaint, so launch the program ill high 

res mode with 32 colours. You can still load the clipart screens into 
DfPaint, and when asked if you want to change to the format of the 
image (i.e. IB colour}, click on No. and the picture loads, giving you 
an extra 16 colours. These extra colours appear as shades of grey, 
and while you can safely edit them to suit your needs , I left them 
untouched for this tutorial. 




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covering it white a white filled poly- 
gon. Remove any translucent fills 
which may have encroached onto 
the black background (simply turn 
off Translucency and fill the areas 
with black), and cut out the image. 

Back to the main screen now, 
and place the head so the top por- 
tion looks as if it. too, is being struck 
by the rays we drew earlier. Now it 
looks as if Zelton is looking right 
through the person's head, 

Next comes the gaudy comic 
text typical of B-movies. This uses 
the Outline function of DPaint. 
Write your words, cut them out as 
a brush, and select a bright fore- 
ground colour before pressing the 
"o" key to outline themr you can 
outline as many times as you like in 
different colours, and in our exam- 
ple I used diminishing shades of 
grey for a glowing effect. 

The finished product should have 
taken you around 10 minutes thanks 
to the availability of the images - 
that's not being lazy, just smart! 




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the first illustration above}, When 
DPaint fills the triangles, you will be 
able to see through them to the 
background beneath. 

The object of this x-ray vision is 
the hapless head, stored in the 
same file as the he 'Tie. we |usi 
used, Switch to the spare screen 
again, and switch off Translucency 
from the Effect menu. Edit the 
head image, removing a slice of 
hair, as in the second illustration, 
Using a grey colour, draw around 
the contours of a skull, and then 
the gory bit- using reds and pinks, 
draw the underlying brain tissue 
(OK, brains are grey, but this is the 
world of comics, remember!). 

Using the Translucency effect 
again, lighten the top of the head by 



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correct Native American? 



• Tutorial 2 

In this case a picture speaks a 
thousand words. Take a look at the 
illustration. I loaded in the clip art 
head again, and made five different 
characters from it. By altering the 
profile slightly and dyeing the hair, 
the man can be made to (ook 
younger. Alternatively an aging 
process can simply be achieved by 
the addition of a double chin, 
moustache and greying hair- plus 
a pair of glasses. The native 



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American in the picture (below left) 
looks good. He was made by 
adding a translucent red war-paint 
•ffactto his face, blackening, his 
hair and drawing a feathered 
head-band. 

• Tutorial 3 

Another simple combination shows 
how you can build up striking 




images, The original clip art illustra- 
tion shows a gymnast; all you have 
to do to turn him into a Power 
Ranger or Superman is to clothe 
him. As these super heroes insist 
on wearing skin-tight Spandex 
cossies, it's just a matter of draw- 
ing black lines for cuffs to keep his 
hands and face from being 
coloured in, and flood filling the 
pink body. You can create your own 
design for the costume. As there 
are several of these semi-naked 
hulks in the clipart collection, you 
can assemble them into action- 
packed sequences if you like A 
portion of a cityscape background 
completes the effect of the Man of 
Steel flying over Metropolis. 

The finishing touches were the 
whizz-lines showing the path 
Superman has taken. Comics use 
this feature a lot, showing arms or 
legs in past positions. To do this in 
DPaint, cut out the drawing as a 
brush, outline it in white and draw 
on screen with it, The black edges 
will periodically be drawn, and give 
a tasty speedo effect, 

• Tutorial 4 

As they stand, the gymnastic draw- 
ings aren't a lot of use; but dress 
them up and you're in business. 



directly onto the torso, with the 
muscle contours coloured grev. 
The trousers were drawn in two 
parts, using the freehand filled 
drawing tool for each leg. 

The useful thing about most clip 
art is that even when you cover it 
up, it does actually give you the 
shape and proportion of a body to 
work with, and these are often 
the trickiest aspects. The shadow, 
by the way, was created by 
cutting out the figure as a brush, 
pressing key F2 to change to 
colour mode with grey as the fore- 
ground colour, then bending the 
image from the Brush/Rotate/Shear 
pull-down menu. 

• Tutorial 5 

No clothes here - just a stunning 
statue effect. Using the rather 
weird gymnastic guy, drawn from 
the back, I created something quite 




mysterious, Sy colouring him grey, 
and adding a base composed of 
small, grey-filled polygons it was 
easy to simulate a stone carving. 
You can do this to good effect with 
any of the clip art people. Cutting 
out the image as a brush, I flipped 
it horizontally (key x) and pasted it 
alongside its clone, After drawing a 
disk, the rays were created quickry 
by DPaint by using the single pixel 
brush and the Line tool, drawing 
with the CTRL key held down, 

• Tutorial 6 

Just look what you can do with two 
images from the ComicSett&r clip 
art collection I The background 
image Is from the BKGDS/5PACE1 
IMAGE. Once loaded, clip it out as a 



Here I've taken various body parts 
- legs, torso, head and one arm 
flipped and used twice, to assem- 
ble Mickey from the film Natural 
Born Killers. The T-shirt effect was 
created using a flood fill of white 



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brush, flip it vertically (key y), and 
pain! it down so it looks like a 
reflection, as in our example. The 




smoothed them into » 
The text is a standard to* 
once for emphasis, and is a good 
example of a home-made sountl 



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tut mifm'it created ■ st»«m»f trapse it h Hat- 
sombre liquid effect was achieved 
by turning on Trans lucency, and 
using dark blue as a rectangular fill 
on the lower half of the screen. 
Then an arm was culled from the 
MALE/MED POSES AND PARTS 
screen, and flipped vertically to look 
as if it's rising from the pool. The 
arm's reflection is just another use 
for Translucency, this time on the 
flipped image, Ripples of light blue 
were added to reinforce the liquid 
effect, and text added to convey a 
message. Again, a few minutes and 
vou have a striking image. 



This final onslaught into the clip art 
bonanza shows how you can use 
the great painting effects of DPaint 
to create your own mini cartoon 
strip. OK, the joke's as old as Terry 
Wogan, but 
you get the 
drift ... 

The two 
characters 
are com- 
prised of 
a. Tint we ike tw* ciurK- parts from 

l*fS lar aui cirtntn cnpnpomi" , . 
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fart liburf Ewa m *pa». MALE/MED 

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collection, 
just loaded into a spare DPaint 
screen, and pasted into position on 
the drawing screen. I have already 






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worked out the sequence of the 
panel, so I can now paint the last two 
frames; the third one shows the 
right-hand guy's plasma jet barking 
into life, and the final one is the 
punchline. To get the flame effect I 
slreaked reds and yellows with a 
small brush, and smeared then 




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effect. For the glowing boot, I copied 
the left guy's shoe, and drew his 
toes onto it to show it being 
exposed by the blast. The smoke 
and spurts of 'red are purely cosmet- 
ic, as no life-form was injured in the 
making of this cartoon. 

Moving on to the spare screen, 
I loaded in another free back- 
ground (BKGDS/INTERIOR-TECHl 
and split it into panels by drawing 
an angled white line from top 
to bottom. 

Next I added the speech 




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bubbles by drawing out: ovals and 
editing angled lines towards the 
mouths. I cut out my cartoon from 
the spare page,, and pasted it 
down onto the background. 

NOTE - to ensure your speech 
bubbles do not allow the back- 
ground to show through, fill them 
with white before typing in your 
text, that way they will be solid 
when clipped and copied. 

After tidying up the image - I 
set the circular gun blast against 
an all white area for effect - a 
little text was added, and the job 
was finished. ■ 



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TONY HQRGAN 

"With a few 

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ANDY LEANING 
"It's not fair 
though. Why do 
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I am still unable to 
print a graph pro- 
duced with your 
November 1994 
ProCalc cover disk. I 
have a Star LClO ser- 
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AC Mansfield, 
Stockport 

Unfortunately you dim i y.hc much 
detail as to what you've metier what 
happens when you try to print so it's 
very difficult to provide any real assis- 
tance. However, we covered graphs ta 
the last issue (Feb. L 95> and I can only 
suggest you work your way through this 
tutorial and try again. If you still 
encounter problems by all means drop 
us another line, but please supply more 
detail next lime. 

DODGY DISK 
DRIVE 

Four months ago I 
bought my first com- 
puter: the Al 200 
Combat pack. Since 
then I've acquired a 
fair amount of soft- 
ware, all of which 
runs OK. A few weeks ago, I bought a 
box with The Chaos Engine, 72, 
Cannon Fodder and The Settlers. Only 
The Settlers disks will load from any of 
the games. I've also since bought 
Sensi World of Soccer, which also 
refuses to load, The software was 
checked in the shop, and it worked 
perfectly, but as soon as I try to load 
the games I get the same problems. 
They'll load okay for so long, then 
the disk drive makes a grinding noise, 
then nothing at all. The drive light 
stays on and the screen stays blank. 

Thanks for ProCalc and X-CAD 
Designer, and especially for the 
tutorials. Beginning hasn't been easy, 
but CU Amiga has probabty helped the 
most. 

PD, 
Chesterfield. 

There's definitely something up with 




your disk drive. The most likely count' is 
u misalignment of the read-write head. 
This wilt mean thai the disk dm e can r 
read the disk very accurately. Yam 
Amiga shotdd I 

Commodore s on-site maintenance n or- 
ranty, which means someone should 
came out to your home and fix your 
computer for five. Call Commodore on 
0628 770088. However, if .,,.■,, desper- 
ately need a quick fix, and can't get any 
satisfaction fro/. iore, you 

could try installing a replacement drive 
yourself. Power Computing (let: 0234 
272O00> do o wide range of internal 
and external floppy drives, with prices 
starting from £20.95. 

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I bought an Amiga 
o 600HD about 2 years 
.* ago, and now it is 
seriously outdated. I 
would like to know if 
and for how long 
Commodore are 
going lo support the 600 series. Next 
veer I'm going to upgrade my Amiga. 
Do you know ol any new models that 
will be coming out in the E4QQ to 
£550 price range? If so, do you know 
if there will be a trade-in offer avail- 
able? I have a few other questions I 
would like to ask: 

1 , Whenever I type the pound sign I 
get the hash symbol. I have tried typ- 
ing in "Selmap GB" with no success. 

2. Could you tell me where I could pur- 
chase the game HATE? It is extremely 
old and I can't find it anywhere.. 

3, 1 have seen various teletext pro- 
grams that display teletext through 
your Amiga. Could you tell me who 
they work, and do you need a teletext 
TV? 

4. Are there any cheats on Frontier for 
extra money? 

5. Are there any programs on the 
Amiga to create games, especially PD 
ones? I've heard of the program called 
SEUCK but I understand that you can 
only create scrolling! games, Where 
can I get SEUCK, and how much does 

(tCOSt? 

6. 1 bought a Citizen ABC colour print- 
er in Summer 94, and I have found its 
performance brilliant, but every time I 
switch off my Amiga, the Citizen print 
manager settings revert back to 



1 80x180 dpi, as opposed to 360x360 
dpi. Can I avoid this? 
7. 1 have an acoustic modem which 
doesn't dial itself. Could you tell me 
where I would finds some software to 
use it {preferably PD)? 

Please publish this letter as it is the 
3rd that I have written. Keep up the 
good work and producing mind-blow- 
ing coverdisks. CU soon! 

Samuel Powell, 
Stoke-on-Trent 

On the subject of support for yourAGOO, 

Commodore are unlikely to develop any 
new products fiw that machine. As for 
new Amiga models, the rumoured 
A 1400 (a kind of improved-spec AI200) 
was confirmed by Commodore in 
December '94. If and when it appears is 
anyone's guess. Now for the rest of the 
questions: 

1. entering "Setmap GB " (without the 
quotation marks J in your startup- 
sequence should work fine. 

2. Scan all of the adverts in this and 
past issues of CU Amiga Magazine. 

3. You won r actually need a teletext TV, 
because the teletext information is 
encoded in a few "spare " tines of the 
standard TV signal. This infiyntuititm is 
stripped out of the signal by the soft- 
ware, and decoded into your Amiga. 

4. Go to Lave. Sell everything. Goto the 
BBS and accept the woman who wants 
passage to LeestL Go to the shipyard 
and try to sell your ship in jHirt 
exchange. You will be told you can't sell 
it. but your account wilt be credited. 
Continue trying to sell your ship until 
you have enough money. 

s - SHUCK last saw the light of day on 
the coverdisks ofCU Amiga Magazine. 
It came five with the January I9V4 
issue. If you're very lucky, you may sHU 
he able to get a copy of that issue from 
our back issues department tie!; 0858 
468888). 

n. You probably haven V saved the set- 
tings. When you set the resolution you'll 
see three buttons (one marked with a 
'+" symbol, one with the word 'exit' and 
one labelled 'okay '). The "+ ' will save 
the settings, whilst 'okay' will save them 
and exit. ('Hiking on 'exit' won't actual- 
ly save the settings. These are covered 
in more detail in the Citizen manual and 
then ts Ott-tttie help for more details. 
7. You might try ffiSofi {01525 718181) 



AMIGA 



who are selling a super tittle camms 

program failed Termite. Failing that 
your only other choices are the PD pro- 
grams Term and Ncomm. 

NAUGHTY DISK 
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j^HHiS My Amiga, thus 

myself, is in desper- 
^T^l V ate trouble. I Own an 

^^^^ A 1200 Which I 

bought new from 
a shop, The only thing that has taeen 
added to it is a 40 Mb third-party 
hard drive, which I've never had a 
problem with, Also connected to it is 
a BjlOex and a joystick. 

However, my internal drive is caus- 
ing me real problems, When I boot the 
computer up from the disk, the drive 
first starts to read the disk, then goes 
dead, it reads the disk sporadically for 
a while, then just resorts to spinning 
at high speed, while the television 
screen goes bright grey. 

Now this would normally indicate 
to me that the drive is shot, and I 
should go out an buy a new one. 
However, when I boot up using the 
hard disk, the internal drive seems 
fine. For example, from Workbench I'll 
insert a disk and then launch a pro- 
gram, and it'll work fine, Therefore I 
am confused as to whether it is the 
internal drive that has a problem, or if 
it's something to do with the startup 
chip (if there is such a thing). If the 
drive is broken then I can buy another 
one and fit it myself. 

In the meantime, this means that I 
can't use any programs that have their 
own startup, which writes off all my 
games for a start. I really hope that 
you can help me. 

Russell Lawson, 
Mid Glamorgan. 

This could be u number of problems. 
Firstly a green screen an startup would 
normally indicate a problem with the 
Chip RAM. The disk drive fault maybe 
itne of toe much power being drained as 
the computer starts up, with both the 
hard drive and the floppy drive using 
power at the same time. It If worth call- 
ing the on-site repair company and ask' 
ing them to have a look at your system. 

WHICH 
COMPUTER? 

. #it t Having exhausted 

the possibilities of 
my Atari 520 ST 
(now eight years old 
and long past retire- 
ment) I am consider- 
ing buying a new 
machine, but am bedazzled by the 
choices on offer. Currently I'm turn 
between an Amiga, a Mac, and a PC, 
but I know very little about any of 
these systems apart from their basic 
specifications, from which it is difficult 
to make comparisons (just how does 




a 66MHz 48$ DX2 compare to an 
accelerated A 1200? I. 

My main uses of the new machine 

would be 3D modelling and photo- 
realistic rendering of still images (I'm 
also interested in animation, but that 
can wait}, and would require as pro- 
fessional-looking a result as is possi- 
ble within the limits of my budget. 
Given that f'll have no more than 
£2000 tq spend, what kind of Amiga 
hardware (model, RAM. HO 
sizef 



but it's unlikely that you'll find an option 
that's as friendly, powerful, cost-efficient 
ami flexible as the Amiga. For about 
£1000 you should be able to afford an 
A4fXMW.m with a 500Mb hard drive. 
With your remaining £I00O you should 
he able to increase your 2Mb of RAM to 
around 8Mb, and add a 24-bit graphics 
card, and some decent software. 



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and software would best suit my 
needs? 

Nick Cgnwmon, 
Cheshire 

Take a look at our February 1995 issue. 
and you 'I! find your qua ■• r. n 1 1 tots wentd 
in a 5 page Amiga vs Mac vs PC feature. 
For a shorter answer, you can rely on 
the Amiga for all your 3D rendering, 
aUmalkm and general graphics needs, 
it If used professionally by many graph- 
ics and video production companies. 
Thanks to the \Weo1baster and 
Lightwave, it's an industry standard for 
video production in the USA. Although 
there is no PAL version of 
the WdeoTbaster fit s only available 
for USA NTSC TV output}, you can 
still use the very powerful Lightwave 3D 
rendering software on I'AL 
Amiga systems, 

There s plenty more to Amiga graph- 
ics (Hon Lightwave however. On the 3D 
rendering front, there's Imagine and 
Real 3D, while AdPrv, image FX and 
Phetegenics are also on hand for pro- 
fessional image processing. There are 
also plenty of animation packages, digi- 
tisers, scanners and 24-bit graphics 
boards available. 

You could lake the PC or Mac route. 



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I have been given a 
book On Amiga 
Basic, but. I can't use 
it as my Work hen ch 
and Extras disks are 
2,5, and they don't 
have tha Basic pro 
gram on them. Do you know how I 
can get hold of copies of Workbench 
and Extras disk with Basic on> I think 
they are on 1 .2 or 1.3. 

D Hughes, 

Manchester 

To be honest, Amiga Basic was pretty 

din: tad I really WOUtdn 'i bother with it. 
A better bet would be to use AMOS. 
Blitz orHiSofi Basic. AMOS is particu- 
larly suited for simple gamei and gener- 
al programs. Blitz is better for pure 
games (it s faster) whilst HiSoft is our 
favourite fhr serious applications, Best 
of all, because Basic is a fairly standard 
language you shouldn't liave too much 
trouble adapting the programs in the 
htiok to whatever Bask you end up with 
- although the graphics and sound com- 
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Speed and processor questions 
answered by John Kennedy. 



■ Q 

What difference to t he computer 
does the processor make? 



An awful lot, and not just speed either. 
The first Amigas have a Motorola 
68000 fitted, operating at about 
14MHz. By today's standards the 
S80Q0 is rather on the slow side. 

The Amiga A 1200 comes with a 
more advanced 68020 chip. Mot only 
is the &8Q20 faster internally, but it 
also Supports maths CO-processors, 

The Amiga A300O and A4000tf)3Q 
have a 69030 fitted, which not only 
goes faster than the 68020 due to 
large internal memory caches, but 
also is available in units which can be 
clocked at faster speeds. This chip is 
also common on A1200 expansion 
boards. The 68030 can also have a 
maths co-processor fitted. 

The 68040 is fitted to the 
A4000/Q40, and can be added to the 
A2[]Q0, A3000 and A40O0/03O as an 
upgrade The 68040 is a very fast chip 
with two large internal caches, and 
the full chip has a built-in maths co- 
processor and memory management 
unit. Unfortunately, the 68040 con- 
sumes a lot of power and gives off a 
lot of heat which makes it unsuitable 
for connecting to an A 1 200 trapdoor. 

The 68060 chip (there is no 680501 
is starting to appear, and a few accel- 
erator cards (such as the Cyberstorm) 
have been sighted, We have been 
promised that the 68060 is faster, 
cheaper and cooler-running than the 
68040 which is good news all round, 
and means a card for the Al 200 is the- 
oretically possible. 

■ Q 

Can I change the processor in 
my Amiga? 

■ A 

Yes, but in most cases it is more than 



simply plugging in a new chip - 
although a 68Q10 could be fitted in 
place of a 68000 the increase in per- 
formance is only about 5%, which 
isn't worth the hassle. 

The A500 was usually upgraded by 
connecting an entire circuit board in 
place of the 68000, and all processors 
up to and including 68040 where 
available in this form. 

An A1200 can be upgraded by fit- 
ting a new processor on a card to the 
trap door expansion, although current- 
ly a 50 Mh2 63030 is, the fastest (see 
the review of the new Blizzard accel- 
erator on page 91). 

The A2000 has a special processor 
slot and can accept '020, '030 and 
'040 speed-up boards, and the A3000 
can also be upgraded to '040 status. 
Bolh models of the A4D00 can also be 
improved upon, up to a 40Mhz 68040 
with local high-speed memory. 

■ Q 

What difference doe* processor 
speed itiaku? 

■ A 

The 58030 and 68040 are available in 
several different dock speeds, which 
determine the rate of the internal 
operations. A 25Mhz 68030 will work 
at half the speed of a SOMh; 68030, 
however neither will work as fast as a 
25Mnz 68040. A 38Mhz 68040 is 
faster still, and a 40Mhz 68040 is cur 
rently the fastest widely available 
processor. 

On a smaller scale, one Al 200 
memory expansion from Blizzard 
works extremely quickly because it 
has i 28Mhz 68020 fitted. This card 
can give slow 6HO30's a run for their 
money. If you can't afford a fast 
(SOMhj) 68030, then the Blizzard 
makes good economic sense, and 
you might have enough cash loft over 
for another 4Mb of memory or a CD- 
ROM drive. 

However, there are other factors to 




take into consideration. The Amiga's 
internal chipset which handles the 
graphics and sound still trundles along 
at it's original speed, no matter what 
processor you have fitted 

■ Q 

Do I need a nutria co-processor? 

■ A 

Only if you use maths intensive soft- 
ware. If you are into ray tracing (for 
example, imagine or Lightwave] or 
sound sample manipulation, a maths 
co-processor will speed up some 
operations. If the program you are 
using is available in a specially written 
maths co-pro version, this will run 
even faster. The 68881 was the first 
maths co-processor, but it has been 
completely superseded by the much 
improved 68882. Maths co-proces- 
sors are available in different speeds, 
although the speed does not neces- 
sarily need to match that of the main 
680x0 chip. However, connecting a 
50Mhz 68882 to a 25Mhz 68030 is a 
bit of a waste of money, If you run 
both chips at different speeds you will 
also need a separate crystal oscillator 
for both, 

■ Q 

How much memory should I get? 

■ A 

As much as possible. Any Amiga ben- 
efits hugely with the addition of so- 
called "Fast Memory". This is 32 bit 
wide memory that the processor can 
access directly without interference 
from the custom chips. On the A1200, 
it attaches to the trapdoor and on the 
A4000 it fits onto the motherboard or 
into a Zorro slot. 

It is common to fit memory in the 
form of a 4Mb SIMM, and unless you 
have a particularly fast accelerator fit- 
ted, the speed of the memory iBOns 
or better} is not important. 

On an A4000, a speed increase 
can be obtained when a 68040 is fit- 
ted if a "local bus" memory card is 



used. For example, the Warp Engine 
and GVP A4000 accelerators include 
sockets for memory, and moving the 
motherboards Simms to this location 
improves performance. In this case, 
memory rated at 60ns is recommend- 
ed for best results. 

■ Q 

What should I look for in an add- 
on card? 

■ A 

How easy is it to add-on extra memo- 
ry? If the board comes with 4Mb, 
is it possible to add more? Is 
there any extra Si mm sock- 
et? Or will you need to 
throw away the; memory 
fitted? If the memory is 
not in the form of a 
Si mm, is it possible to 
add an extra memory 
card at a later date? 

Is there a socket for 
a maths co-processor? 
Is their a socket for a 
separate crystal oscilla- 
tor? Is the maths co- 
processor socket PLCC (plas- 
tic leadless chip carrier) or PGA 
(pin gate array)? You will need to 
check on the availability and price of a 
maths co-processor of suitable shape 
(PGA or PLCQ if you want to add one. 

Is there a battery backed clock on 
the board? If not. you can add a dock 
externally to the parallel port although 
an internally fitting one is neater. 

Is it possible to add any other 
peripherals? Remember, you only have 
one trapdoor. Some cards have their 
own expansion ports which allow 
SCSI2 interfaces to be added - this 
means adding a CD-ROM drive and 
other faster hard drives is possible, 

Will any memory fitted cause prob- 
lems with the PCMCIA slot? This can 
ho g problem if you want more than 
4Mb Of extra memory, and also need 
to use the PCMCIA port (with a CD- 
ROM drive for example}. Check before 
buying. I 




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Tired of 
swapping disks 
all the time? 
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looks at ways of 
cutting down 
your wrist 
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Amiga into the 
bargain. 



Of you have a plain 
vanilla Amiga 120Q, 
with no extra disk dri- 
ves or memory cards 
attached, then you 
must be a very patient person. 
If you try to run software like a 
word processor or even a paint 
program, you'll find that you 
spend a high proportion of your 
day simply following the on- 
screen instructions to remove 
and insert disks. If you have man- 
aged to do this more than once 
without throwing the computer 
out of the window, then I suggest 
you get a job as a telephone 
help-line operator for Windows 
users immediately. 
If you are like me and don't have 
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and what can be done to slop it 
happening, or at least smooth out 
the process a bit. 

First of all, let's look at why it 
happens. When you understand 
what is going on, you won't feel 
so bad about all the hard work 
your little Amiga is doing in the 
background. 

Please insert 
volume 
"Workbench" 
In any drive 

When you use your Amiga to do 
anything other than play games, 
you need to load up the 
Workbench. This is the "graphical 
user interlace" operating system 
which all other programs need to 
operate- As you can imagine, a 
great deal of data needs to be 
loaded to enable the Workbench to 
run properly. The list includes fonts 
(the text which appears on-screen), 
libraries (special program routines 
for handling everything from doing 



sums to drawing images), 
AmigaDGS commands (held in the 
c: directory}, Keymaps (to make 
sure when you type a pound-sign, 
you get a pound-sign) and 
Preferences (a record Of settings 
you have made and saved 
previously). 

These are not all "loaded" at 
this stage in the proceedings, as 
not all are required until a particular 
program is started. For example, 
the maths libraries aren't really 
needed until a program is 
started (eg. a ray tracing program) 
which requires them, However, 
the Amiga still needs to know 
where the libraries are so that it 
can find them when it needs them. 

When the Amiga first boots 
from the Workbench floppy disk, 
the paths to the various fonts and 
libraries are set to their corre- 
sponding directories, usually on 
the same Workbench disk. 

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a Shell icon and entering ASSIGN. 
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scroll up the screen, Including 
fonts: and libs: to name two. 

When you pop another disk in 
the drive and dick on an icon to 
start, say, your favourite word 
processor, the Amiga loads the 
program and executes it. One of 
the first things the word processor 
will do is try and open some 
libraries or devices in order to 
work, Internally, it will contain an 
instruction like "open the diskfont 
library" and the Amiga will remem- 
ber that libraries are in the libs: 
directory, which is on the original 
Workbench disk. So you'll need to 
swap disks. Then the word proces- 
sor tries to open a file it needs, but 
because this file is on the word 
processor disk you'll be asked to 
swap disks again. This process can 
happen many times, depending on 
the complexity of the program and 
the number of external files it 
needs to access. 

Please insert 
volume "Work" in 
any drive 

One way to speed up the process 

would be to copy the program you 
wish to run onto the Workbench 
disk, This way the main program, 
libraries and fonts would all be on 
the same disk, and you wouldn't 
need to swap anything. 

The problem is that, the normal 
Workbench disk is filled to capacity, 
and so there isn't any room. You 
could try deleting some files that 
you are sure you don't need land 
we're talking! about a copy of the 
Workbench disk here, so you can 
always get them back off the origi- 
nal if they are needed) or use some 
form of compression program to 
make more room. Note: Never 
make alterations to your original 
Workbench disk, Always work with 
a copy otherwise you could render 
your Amiga useless. However even 
removing files like this is unlikely to 
get you anywhere unless vour appli- 
cation program is extremely small. 

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second i floppy disk drive, you can 
keep your Workbench disk in the 
internal drive and your application 
program in the external drive. This 
will save a lot of swapping and in 
the long run would be £45 to £60 
well spent. 

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a hard drive is the best solution. 
Hard drives are like very high capaci- 
ty floppy disks, so you can keep your 
Workbench and application software 
on it all the time. When you switch 
the Amiga on, the Workbench auto- 
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try and so,uee*e a 3.5 inch drive into 
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cuss another time). 

RADical action 

So far all the workable solutions to 
disk swapping have cost money, 
which isn't very useful if you are 
still broke after buying an Amiga in 
the first place. Here's a trick that 
will work if either your application 
doesn't require a lot of memory, or 
if you happen to have added some 
extra memory to your trapdoor 
expansion. 

It makes use of a special type of 
RAM disk (a fake floppy disk held 
in memory) called RAD: or 
"Recoverable Ram Disk". To the 
Amiga, RAD; looks exactly like a 
floppy disk. The only difference is 
that it lives entirety in memory and 
is much faster than a floppy. As an 
A1 200 comes with 2Mb of RAM in 
total, and a RAD: will take about 
900K there is just about enough 
space left to be useful, Of course, 
if you have added a 4Mb SIMM 
to a trapdoor card you're really 
in business. 

First of all, you need to mount 



the RAD: device. The device driver 
is not on the Workbench disk as 
supplied by Commodore, and 
instead lives on the Storage disk in 
the "Dos Drivers" drawer. When 
you find it. double click on it to 
start it working. 

You should be able to see the 
amount of free memory drop, and 
you now have a disk-sized gap in 
memory. Put the Workbench disk 
back into the drive, and open a 
Shell window. 

Then enter; 
diskcopy from dflk to rad; 

This will make an exact copy of 
the Workbench disk, including its 
ability to boot the Amiga. When the 
copy has finished you'll see an 
extra disk icon on the Workbench, 
called something like 
"Copy of Workbench". Rename it 
Workbench, and open it up. You 
should now notice how much 
faster it is than loading from floppy. 

Of course, you aren't limited to 
copying the Workbench disk into 
RAD;, but the advantage of doing 
so is that it makes operations a lot 
faster. For example, if you now 
reset your Amiga with the CTRL, 
Left Amiga. Right Amiga keypress 
and remove all disks from the dri- 
ves, the RAD; will boot the comput- 
er up much more quickly than from 
disk. You can then pop your applica- 
tion disk in the drive and try it out. 
All being well, and memory permit- 
ting, you'll have saved yourself a lot 
of disk swapping! ■ 



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Add some MIDI 
equipment to 
your setup, and 
you'll be in audio 
heaven. John 
Kennedy leads us 
through the 
Pearly Gates. 

Os anyone who has 
heard the latest Amiga 
tracker modules will 
tell you. a lot can be 
achieved with 8 bit 
internal samples, Unfortunately, 
there is a limit to the Amiga's hard- 
ware: its four channels can be 
stretched into 8 or more, hut the 
quality starts to deteriorate rapidly. 
Even adding an external sample 
replay system like Aura can't solve 
all the problems, and sooner or 
later it's time to turn to MIDI. 

Using a sequencer program 
such as the excellent MusicX2, the 
Amiga can record and replay MIDI 
information. For example, you can 
play a piano tune into the 
sequencer using an external MIDI 



music keyboard, correct the timing 
and any bad notes, save it to disk 
and play it back. MIDI offers a lot 
more than this though; each MIDI 
interface has 16 different channels 
through which note information 
can be transmitted and received. 
16 channels of MIDI messages can 
all use the same piece of cable 
simultaneously, but each instru- 
ment is only set-up to respond to 
information on a certain channel. 

A drum machine might only play 
sounds when channel 1 is used. 
Another tone module might be set- 
up so that it plays a piano on channel 
1 and some strings on cnannel 2. 

A lot of MIDI equipment is 
"multi-timbrel", and a good sound 
module such as the Korg Or5/W 
can Teplay up to 16 different 
sounds over each MIDI channel. 

The audio outputs from all the 
instruments must then be piped 
through a mixing desk (and 
optional effects such as Reverb 
and Equalisation) before going 
to tape. 

The equipment is pricey, you'll 
need about £1000 or more for 
what many would regard as a 
professional set-up. but second 
hand gear is affordable. Even the 
addition of a single MIDI 
instrument fa £250 synth or drum 



machine for example) can vastly 
improve your musical options, 

Knock out some 
tunes 

Recording using MIDI equipment is 

a relatively straightforward 
process: once you have sussed out 
how your sequencer works, and 
how to set the channel information 
and voices on your synthesisers. 
Here's how you might go about 
creating a short tune, The pictures 
at the bottom of the page illustrate 
the process. 

1MusicX2 is a good choice of 
MIDI sequencer: it's cheap but 
pretty powerful. Version 2 adds 
only a few more features to 1,1, 
but is still worth getting. When 
loaded up we have a lot of blank 
tracks and a metronome to keep us 
in time. We also need to set the 
tempo at this stage. 

2 We'll start off with a bass and 
snare drum riff. After tapping in 
the rhythm from an external key- 
board or drum machine, the quan- 
tise option will help sort out any 
timing problems. 

3 Next, on a totally different 
track, the high-hat and cymbals 
can be played. This image shows 
bne of MasicXs 'features' - the 
end of track marker (the vertical 
dashed yellow line) must be just 
within the end of bar marker or it 
won't repeat properly. Take off the 
SNAP TO GRID option and nudge it 
into place. 

4 After quantisation, the high- 
hats sounded a bit too loud. 



but the MusicX velocity scaler 
allows them to be fine-tuned. 
Adjusting volumes now offers 
more control than trying to mix 
everything at playback time. 

5 Now some pleasant string 
sounds can be added. 
Quantisation is important here, but 
not too much or a lot of informa- 
tion can be lost. I find it's best not 
to quantise the very start of 
each note, or if I do I then shift 
them back or forth ever so 
slightly to avoid too much of a 
mechanical sound. 

6 I've added a pulse-y bass note 
using a nearby Novation 
BassStation (terrific piece of kit. by 
the way) and now I'm ready to 
start the song. Beginning with 
another blank track, and with 
grid size set to max, I can add 
each of the previously recorded 
tracks as PLAY SEQUENCES. 
MustcXis unique in that it can 
trigger notes or entire tracks in 
the same way. 

7 Each track can be moved into 
place, and used as many times 
as ycu like. Here you can see that 
the kick and snare pattern starts 
first, and everything else starts a 
few bars later. It's also possible to 
transpose the sequences or dou- 
ble them up for a thicker sound. 

8 And here's the finished 
sequence. Switch off all the 
tracks except 'Song' and sit back 
and enjoy. Now you can adjust the 
tempo, save it all to disk and get 
ready to master it to DAT for 
delivery to your record company. 




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Read on for a solid 
session of spleen- 
venting from your fel- 
low readers. If you've 
got something to say, 
write to Backchat, CU 
Amiga Magazine, 30-32 
Farringdon Lane, 
London EC1R3AU. 




Information 

Hype-way 

Every year throws 
up another technol- 
ogy bandwagon 
that's hijacked by 
the mass media, 
and blown out of all 
proportion by peo- 
ple who don't 
understand it 
Previously it was VR and then multimedia, 
and now it's the Internet that's got every- 
one foaming at the mouth, According to 
these self-titled experts, it's going to 
change our lives, We'll do everything over 
the Internet. We'll do all our shopping and 
socialising and day to day work from com- 
puter terminals in our own homes. It's 
going to replace shops, pubs, the posial 
service, radio, TV clubs, banks, magaiines 
... we'll even be having sex over the 
Internet if you believe the hype! 

Frankly, this is a load of crap! We've 
had modems and bulletin boards for 
years, but it's only been a small percent- 
age of the most technically minded com- 
puter users that have been interested. 
Why should it all change now? This time 
next year, everyone byt the propel lor- 
heads will be bored stiff of it all, and the 
popular media will have dropped the 
Internet like a hot potato. Then you'll see 
its coverage retreat back to the specialist 
press. The world wilt have realised that 
the disappointing reality of cyberpunk cul- 
ture isn't as they first thought. It's not a 
cross between Robocop and Sid Vicious, 
it's the far more mundane image of a 
lonely computer freak tapping away on a 
keyboard at 2am, 

Gordon Stamp 
London N1S 




Talk is cheap 

I am writing to you concerning the growing 
number of software titles that fall into the 
"talkie" category. This includes Valhalla and 
most CD-based games, where the program- 
mers for some obscure reason have substituted 
the spoken wocd for the more usual written 
text- This is all very well but why does every- 
one seem to think that this practice improves 
the gameplay? I can tell you that it does not, 
and I can also tell you why; imagine you are 
deaf, ok> Now try playing Valhalla. Oh dear. 
Terrible isn't it? 

Fortunately, I realised early on that this was 
an entirely speech-based adventure. I immedi- 
ately boycotted the program, as I am deaf and 
have been for ten years. I object to this type of 
program, as it excludes me. Don't you think 
deaf people can play computer games? If I 
want to be discriminated against, I'll go to my 
local pub and act stupid. I don't expect to see 
discrimination in the computer store. Think 
about it, as that is exactly what this is. 

I don't object to all speech or indeed sound, 
I'm definitely pro-sound, but it is bloody annoy- 
ing that when you have lost your hearing you 
start to be excluded, and computer games, for 
me, have always been an escape, It pains me to 
be excluded from them. The forthcoming Magic 
Carpet from Bullfrog is apparently going to have 
loads of speech, I'm going to beg people like 
Peter Molyneux and others to include an option 
to switch between either spoken word or 
written text- 
Ian Anderson 
Leicester 



I'd just like to say ... 

There's been a lot said, all guess work, about 
what the new Amigas should be like, in my 

opinion all of it without vision; so here's what I 
would like to see ... {cutl - Ed) 

James Gilfillow 
Hexham, Northumberland 

Afraid we'll hawe to stop you there. We 
don't have room to reproduce your letter 
in full, it cams on six sheets of A4 paper 
{written on both sides} and takes this 
month's prize (nothing) for Least envi- 
ronmentally friendly correspondence. 



chat 



How not to scrounge 

Please may you send me free Megadrive and a 
hook. How are you? Me I am fine. 

Musckiwa Lewis 
Harare, Zimbabwe 

We are fine thanks, Buy your own 
Me gad rive* 



Bag of 

I recently bought Sensible World Of Soccer 
after reading your 9o% review. I loved the 
game's previous incarnations and waited for 
this version with baited breath. However, after 
playing it non-stop tor a couple of weeks, I have 
started to wonder whether it is all it has been 
cracked up to be. For instance, I have just been 
knocked out of a competition by Derby County 
3-0, when I was Manchester United, You would 
expect more from a Sensi veteran like myself. 
The reason for this embarrassing result was 
that the Sensible boys, to cut down on score- 
lines, have made even goalies from the First 
Division invincible. A better way to keep results 
realistic would have been to make defenders 



THE FAR SIDE By GARY uvrson 




"Heyl Ybu don't tell me wfial makes 'er tick) 
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better, but now they're even worse. You now 
need two defenders to dispossess a striker: 
one to bring him down (!?), and a second to kick 
the ball away. 

There's no doubt that SWOS is a great game, 
but I think the Sensibles have tried to improve 
the game's realism in the wrong way. If they 
were to make the defenders have inspired 
games and not let the goalies save dead -cert 
goals, then they'd have a real epic game on 
their hands. 

Jonathan Bobbins 
Abingdon, Oxfordshire 

Sound advice 

I'd just like to say thanks for cc-nsistenily excel- 
lent music coverage in CU Amiga. As music is 
my main passion. I often scan the rest of the 

Amiga mags for music features and reviews, 
and I'm usually disappointed. Half of them 
seem to think that we musicians want to know 
things like the ins and outs of the MIDI file for- 
mat specification. We couldn't care less! We 
just want to make good music, not learn to 
program! 

The one suggestion I would like to make, is 
that you could try covering a bigger variety of 
Amiga music software, not just concentrating 
on OctaMED {excellent though it is). It would be 
brilliant if you could give us the same level of 
hefp with say Mus/c X arid Bats &nd Pipes, and 
Protracker of course, which is probably the 
most popular of them all. Thanks especially to 
Tony H organ for the continual stream of honest 
reviews and sound advice, and long may it con- 
tinue! By the way. I'm not the bloke out of 808 
State. I've just got the same name! 

Graham Massey 
Crewe 



DIYPD 

I am interested in selling PD disks and I was 
hoping that you might point me in the right 
direction, For example: 

1 , How do I obtain PD disks to sell? 

2, How do I go about cataloguing the disks 
on disk? 

Your help on this matter would be appreciated. 

Phil Hillier 
Clwyd, Wales 

1. You can gat PD disks from a number 
of sources, such as bulletin boards, 
direct from any programmers you know, 
or from other PD libraries. 

2. Keeping a catalog us of these disks is 
simple. You start with disk number one. 
give it a number (let's say 101 so as not 
to look like you've got a small collec- 
tion), and you enter its details into a 
database program, or simply make a list 
of your disks with a word processor. If 
you want an auto-booting catalogue 
disk. Order one from an established 
library, and replace the tent files and 
logos with your own. That should give 
you a head start. Now, that wasn't too 
difficult was it? 



Comic Comments 

What a brilliant coverdisk ComicSetter was {CU 
Amiga Magazine January 1995k "Serious" soft- 
ware is all very well, but I'd much rather use my 
Amiga to make comics and posters than do 
home accounts! And with the free manual, it 
really makes the complete package. I'll be send- 
ing you the results of my hard work pretty 
soon. Until then, keep up the good work, and 
don't stop giving away those great full price 
programs. Sy the way, would you prefer my 
comic when it's finished on disk, or as a 
printout? 

Craig Willis 
Donee star 

We've had a tremendous response to the 
ComicSetter issue. It looks like being 
One of our most popular cowerdisks 
ever) We'll print the best reader comics 
in a future issue. They'll reproduce a lot 
clearer in the magazine if we have them 
on disk, but hard copy printouts would 
also be appreciated. Going by those 
we've received already, there's a lot of 
talent out there. Anyone who missed out 
on the January 1935 issue of CU Amiga 
Magazine can still get a copy from our 
back issues department while the 
limited stocks last. Call them on 
0858 468888. 

Telly Gaines 

I was watching the TV the other day. and they 
had one of those games you play over the 
phone - you know, when you shout "North", 
and someone hidden behind the screen is 
supposed to move the joystick up. but normally 
moves it left instead or something, and you 
have to go round collecting worms and dodging 
the cactus. I thought, they've probably got a 
really expensive computer to play that game, 
but it's still a load of rubbish, probably because 
it runs in IS million colours which makes it too 
slow. Then I thought, why don't I offer them 
one of my games, written in AMOS? I've writ- 
ten versions of Pacman. Snakes, and Light 
Cycles. They could ditch the expensive comput- 
er and save a lot of money. Do you think my 
games would be good enough for them? 

Ian Muggeridge 
Bury St Edmonds 

You do go on a bit don't you. Haven't 
you heard of the magic of TV, as pro- 
moted by Wogan, Edmunds etc? Still, we 
had a quick show of hands in the office, 
and agreed that Pacman, Snakes and 
Light Cycles must be the oldest, sim- 
plest and most tedious computer games 
in history. Based on that, we would say 
yes. the TV companies would probably 
jump at the chance of using them. 



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you'll be amazed with what you can do. 



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Internet Pests 




can't do anything these 
days without hearing 

The Internet' being 
mentioned by someone 
or other. On the street, 
in pubs and restaurants, on trains 
and planes, in my own home on the 
radio and television and, of course, 
the national newspapers. 'The 
Internet' is bandied about like some 
magical solution to the worlds prob- 
lems. It casts a spell on the audi- 
ence and bestows great importance 
on he who has just mentioned it. It- 
implies that the speaker is not only 
up to date with current trends and 
technology but also has some 
deep, mystic knowledge which 
most of the population will never, 
ever grasp. 

Let's get things straight. The 
Internet cannot hope to solve world 
famine. It can not and will not 
improve the lives of the homeless 
children who are being shot by hired 
guns on the streets of Rio de Janeiro. 
You will never be able to contact God 
on the Internet and it will never pre- 
vent a nuclear war. In fact if a nuclear 
war actually happened, even a limited 
one, the whole Internet would 
become useless as global 
communication is thrown into 
electromagnetic turmoil. 

Of course the Internet itself, the 
physical backbone of the system 
that is. has been designed to 
survive this eventuality, but you can 
be sure that BT won't be sending 
engineers round to your house too 
quickly, And so comms would 
become once more an abbreviation 
for Sitting around a camp fire in the 
midst of winter (nuclear! talking 
about the weather. 

Unless we have lost the use of 
our voices altogether by that stage. 



If you stretched the reasoning of 
some Internet prophets far enough, 
we could ail be communicating on- 
line in the not too distant future, 
making our vocal chords redundant 
in much the same way as standing 
up and halting our consumption of 
grass and shrubs has made the 
appendix little more than a useless 
and painful reminder of our past. 

Don't get me wrong, the Internet 
is a brilliant innovation. Anything 
which allows me to me contact the 
USA, Australia. Hong Kong or 
Bog nor Regis in moments and then 
download software, graphics files, 
text, music or whatever I like gets 
full marks in my book. But it has 
become an information superhigh- 
way" or 'infobahn' in more ways 
than are immediately obvious from 
association with these two over- 
used and c-liched phrases. 

It has sprouted and grown in 
much the same way as its concrete 
counterparts, and is as difficult to 
police effectively. Viruses and hack- 
ers (and their effects) could be 
viewed in the same light as earth- 
quakes and terrorists. But for me 
the most annoying similarity is with 
some of the users, not the thing 
itself. There are slow users and fast 
users. People using it for pleasure, 
profit and theft, People with fast 
modems and slow modems, with 
all sorts of different models of 
computer And there are show offs. 
The people who come up behind 
you at 1O0mph on the road, flash- 
ing their lights, honking their horns, 
with their bored out V8 engines, 
massive egos and unrivalled 
knowledge of everything on 
planet earth. 

And they're on the bloody 
Internet, They've even invented 



their own language! I'm sorry, but 
although I use the internet I do not 
want to be referred to as an info- 
ma ut or cybernaut, I do not 'surf the 
world wide web', I surf in the Irish 
sea. I don't use the 'imformatiom 
super highway', I'm not breaking 
any 'electronic frontiers'. I'm not 
part of any 'digital revolution', and I 
sure as hell don't use 'cyberspeak'. 
It might sound boring but I 'leave 
messages' in other people's mail 
boxes. My Amiga is connected to 
the rest of the world through a 
'phone socket' and I generally use 
'English', though anyone who has 
seen me typing fast might doubt it. 

Go on-line, you won't regret it. 
There really is a whole wide world 
out there to explore, but beware of 
the road hogs, flash gits, prophets 
and geniuses along the way. Be 
especially wary of anyone remotely 
connected with self promotion or 
profit making via the Internet: those 
selling server space, bulletin board 
access, comms packages, 
modems, hard drives, magazines, 
l heir personal knowledge of the 
mystic 'net etc You need advice 
and equipment but don't be forced 
into anything because it is over- 
hyped and heavily marketed. The 
basic concept is still simple. 

Vested interests and major cor- 
porations have ruined many things 
in the name of profit, and while 
everything is either free or relatively 
inexpensive now you can be Sure 
that, like satellite and cable TV it will 
become expensive in the long term. 

A century ago, we are led to 
believe, Levis jeans used to be 
genuine workwear, cheap and func- 
tional. Now they're an expensive, 
branded lifestyle accessory, What 
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